Last Sunday, people celebrated International Worker’s Day around the world, and in Havana. Seven years ago on May 1, I… Read more Sleeping at Martí’s feet
I’ve been following the reactions of Cuban bloggers to last week’s Congress, and I’ve been surprised to find more commentary… Read more And now?
When Fidel remarked last summer on how the country’s economic system “doesn’t even work for us anymore,” he set the tone… Read more A future with ham and cheese?
I am in Buenos Aires this week, visiting my significant other and our friends here. Last week marked the 35th… Read more Yes, it is a real revolution
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?
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
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