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The Price of Change in the Castros' Cuba
Reporter, writer-in-residence at Seton Hall University
In truth, so much has changed in Cuba recently that it is hard for someone like me, who has been traveling to the island since 1978, to keep track of it all. And yet it is also evident that much there hasn't changed at all.
Cuban Citizens Deserve a Free and Democratic Media
Writer, professor, traveler
With diplomatic talks between the United States and Cuba scheduled to resume later this month, one important way to help empower Cuban citizens is to advocate for independent media on the island.
Reading Vaclav Havel In Havana
Publisher of 14ymedio, independent newspaper in Cuba
Last weekend Vaclav Havel died, just at the time when he was most read in Cuba. He left and we can't hear his voice in a classroom of our University, nor listen to his extensive collection of anecdotes about the years of Soviet control.
Bilderberg Group Book Fascinates Fidel Castro
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