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Homosexuality and military service

Homosexuality and military service MARÍA MATIENZO PUERTO | La Habana | 31 Mayo 2016 – 4:22 pm. Military service in Cuba is mandatory for all young people over the age of 17. However, if any of them declares himself to be “openly gay,” he may be relieved of his responsibility to “defend the homeland.” Among […] Continue reading

Christmas-by-Caste and Without Discounts

Cuba: Christmas-by-Caste and Without Discounts Posted on December 21, 2015 Ivan Garcia, 21 December 2015 — December is a month of summing up and partying. And of opening the purse. Yusmel, a private entrepreneur, believes that the tropical winter and the holidays lend a different air to Havana. “It’s not so hot as in the […] Continue reading

The Castros’ New Friend

The Castros’ New Friend [14-05-2015 22:57:34] James Kirchick ( Obama’s change of policy helps Cuba’s oppressive regime, not its democratic dissidents I’ve visited more than my fair share of dictatorships, but Cuba is the only one where travelers at the airport must pass through a metal detector uponentering, in addition to leaving, the country. Immediately […] Continue reading

There’s Nothing to Celebrate

There’s Nothing to Celebrate / Miriam Celaya Posted on May 4, 2014 MAY DAY – Even Karl Marx would be surprised at the only parade of slave workers HAVANA, Cuba – All the official media is in a raging fanfare summoning to “the united people’s great mobilization which will take place in squares and avenues” […] Continue reading

Demystifying las UMAP – The Politics of Sugar, Gender, and Religion in 1960s Cuba

Demystifying las UMAP: The Politics of Sugar, Gender, and Religion in 1960s Cuba Joseph Tahbaz ’15 History major Dartmouth College Abstract: The UMAP, las Unidades Militares de Ayuda a la Producción, were forced-work agricultural labor camps operated by the Cuban government during the mid-1960s in the east-central province of Camagüey. The current academic literature […] Continue reading

What Energy Revolution Are We Talking About?

Cuba: What Energy Revolution Are We Talking About? September 10, 2013 Janis Hernandez HAVANA TIMES — In May of 2004, the Antonio Guiteras thermoelectric plant suffered a breakdown which had a considerable impact on Cuba’s electrical generation network. This was the context – perhaps it was more of a pretext – in which Commander in […] Continue reading

Cuba and the Enslaving System of Two Currencies

Cuba and the Enslaving System of Two Currencies / Yusnaby Perez Posted on April 16, 2013 The dual currency system in Cuba is one of the major economic and social problems of the country. Don't take my word for it, on several occasions the president of the country, Raul Castro himself (and I have no […] Continue reading
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