Two weeks ago, AP’s Desmond Butler obtained copies of several reports filed by USAID subcontractor Alan Gross on his ultimately… Read more The cyberwar continues
Category: Cuba in Washington
I took an extended vacation from blogging this summer,* and this felt okay until last week, when someone tweeted that… Read more After Fidel?
This Cold War isn’t over yet
This week on Global Voices I interviewed Tracey Eaton, a journalist and blogger who recently began the Cuba Money Project,… Read more This Cold War isn’t over yet
Are ICTs the new Bay of Pigs?
The Alan Gross trial raises important questions about the relationship between Cuba and the U.S., and the political meaning of… Read more Are ICTs the new Bay of Pigs?
Notes on USAID
I finished my graduate work this week, so I’ve been a little behind on Cuba news (and a little exhausted.)… Read more Notes on USAID
Development Alternatives, Inc. and the case of Alan Gross
Alan Gross was arrested in Cuba in December of 2009 for distributing IT equipment to Cubans on the island. Gross… Read more Development Alternatives, Inc. and the case of Alan Gross
On Global Voices: Obama eases restrictions on travel, remittances, airplanes
President Obama signed an executive order on January 14 that will ease embargo restrictions on travel to Cuba for academic,… Read more On Global Voices: Obama eases restrictions on travel, remittances, airplanes