What made the explosion at the Havana hotel stand out was the solidarity of Cuba’s citizens. Two hours after the blaze, the line of volunteers in front of blood banks, polyclinics and hospitals exceeded thousands, and most of them were young people.
Rosa Miriam Elizalde
One fails to understand how it has been possible for the U.S. to act against millions of people for so long, with so much irrational hatred.
A reflection on what has happened in Cuba in the five years after the death of the country’s revolutionary leader Fidel Castro.
Behind the “non-violent march” mantra is the long shadow of life-long reactionaries who combine economic ultra-liberalism, conservative morality, empty concepts, and creative use of social media.
Through USAID, the U.S. government has funneled millions of dollars into Cuban opposition groups as part of their desperate attempts to overthrow the revolution.
Cubans living abroad have been unable to send remittances to their loved ones on the island due to the unilateral coercive measure imposed by Donald Trump just before leaving office.
Renowned Cuban journalist Rosa Miriam Elizalde discusses the long-lasting impact of the U.S. allegation that “sonic attacks” were carried out against U.S. embassy staff.
Joe Biden’s Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said that he will be reviewing all actions taken by the outgoing Trump administration, including the designation of Cuba as a sponsor of terrorism.
The San Isidro events provide another example of the U.S. government’s attempt to create a soft coup.