4 hrs ago | Harry's Place
The Washington Post's leftwing columnist Harold Meyerson recently met the Afro-Cuban dissident Leonardo Calvo CA rdenas- who, as the former director of Cuba's Lenin Museum, "hasn't always been on the outside looking in."
8 hrs ago | Gazette.net
I'm not a conspiracy guy. I need proof, not speculation, if you want me to believe in UFOs, that Lyndon Johnson killed JFK or that a secret cabal of Freemasons runs the world.
12 hrs ago | The Daily Journal
MIAMI -- Miami Beach's resort hotels showed guests a tropical paradise when they were built in the 1950s, but just beyond the sunny facade was a shady, more dangerous world.
The Bem Ser Integrative Health ad campaign cleverly likens the addictive powers of cigarettes to the grip Dictators have over whole nations.
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday met with Miguel Diaz-Canel, Cuban first vice-president of the councils of state and ministers.
One of several Cuban dissidents recently allowed to visit Europe and the U.S. after Cuba changed its travel laws said Tuesday she decided to seek refuge in Miami after facing continued repression on the island.
Rosa Maria Paya, left, the daughter of a prominent Cuban dissident who died in a car crash, and her mother, Ofelia Acevedo, right, talk to the media about her family’s decision to seek refuge in the U.S during a Tuesday, July 18, 2013 press conference in Miami.
Rosa Maria Paya, daughter of late Cuban dissident Oswaldo Paya who died in a car crash, left, and her mother Ofelia Acevedo talk to the media about their family's decision to seek political refuge in the U.S., in Miami, Fla., Tuesday, July 18, 2013.
Excerpts from an article appearing in the summer edition of the German art journal KUR by our good friend Tania Mastrapa, Ph.D. For those interested in Cuba's looted art, Dr. Mastrapa will be holding a conference in Miami on July 20th addressing the thefts in Cuba as well as the USSR, Nazi Germany, and other communist countries: 1959 was the year ... (more)
We have written before about Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa, who seems determined to seize the mantle of Latin American Lefty Authoritarian of the Decade from Hugo Chavez's dead body.
The legendary Cuban dissident gave an interview to charter97.org on the eve of tbeing awarded the Andrei Sakharov Prize by the European Parliament .
Cuba has entered a new era of economic reform that defies easy comparison to post-Communist transitions elsewhere.
Six ballet dancers leap across the floor, hidden from view from the mothers watching their daughters in pink leotards in a front room.
On June 2, 1972, a disturbed Vietnam veteran named Roger Holder packed the following items into a briefcase: "an alarm clock, a dog-eared copy of Madame Blavatsky's 'The Secret Doctrine,' and an empty disposable-razors box."