Díaz-Canel, the new Fool on the Hill

Díaz-Canel, the new Fool on the Hill

In his 1968 documentary “Coffea Arábiga”, which cost him a merciless, slow annihilation behind bars, the late Cuban director Nicolás Guillén Landrián contrasted images of Fidel Castro and the failed project he called “Cordón de La Habana (Havana’s...
Evictions of the Homeless in Cuba

Evictions of the Homeless in Cuba

The current wave of terror and evictions of entire families into the streets being enforced these days in Cuba is even more brutal than the previous ones, because it occurs in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. On May 17th, a police force equipped with bulldozers...
So there’s no food? Let the people pay for it twice

So there’s no food? Let the people pay for it twice

Cuban economists and farmers are proposing a solution to the government, but no one is so deaf as he who does not wish to hear. In social media, a Cuban mother challenges ruler Miguel Díaz-Canel. Pictures and videos of long lines to buy the scarce food staples that...
ECLAC’S DOUBTFUL FORECAST ON CUBA’S GDP

ECLAC’S DOUBTFUL FORECAST ON CUBA’S GDP

Once again, political and ideological affinities seem to prevail over objectivity and the reliable statistics expected from the UN’s Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC). This regional think tank published on April 21st its forecast on the...
Cuba: The Black Swan of Coronavirus

Cuba: The Black Swan of Coronavirus

The Cuban society is advancing rapidly towards a crisis of incalculable magnitude. A genuine cataclysm looms on the immediate horizon. It is not more of the same. It is not a “special period” like the 90’s post-Soviet crisis. That one was approaching...

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