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US EMBARGO CUBA
The U.S. and the U.N vote about the embargo against Cuba: Abstaining is winning.
Arturo Lopez Levy
Lecturer and PhD in International Studies
The only people in the whole world who still want to defend the embargo in the United Nations is the Miami based Cuban American lobby.
End the Cuban Book Embargo
Imagine you're a Cuban publisher or self-published ebook author and you can't sell your book into the United States, the world's largest single book book market, and you can't work with American ebook distributors to reach the global market.
It's Time to Talk About Cuba
Writer, Singer, Dancer, Spanish-speaker
Cuba is on the cusp of that change. And ninety miles north, so are we.
Jay-Z, Beyonce Cuba Trip Was OK'd By U.S. Government
The Embargo: Both Sides Are Still Living Out the Cold War
Publisher of 14ymedio, independent newspaper in Cuba
Year after year the issue of the U.S. embargo against Cuba is presented in the United Nations. Year after year, the majority of countries votes against this fossil of the Cold War.
Fidel Versus the Ghouls
Director of the Center for Democracy in the Americas
Since the Cold War, our country has had an unhealthy preoccupation with Fidel Castro's mortality. It's like a vestigial tail that our body politic refuses to shake.
Cuba: 90 Miles to "Freedom"
Michealene Cristini Risley
Filmmaker, activist, author
The Cuban people have a love/hate relationship with Americans: a hate for what they consider our "actions" that contribute to their suffering, and yet a love for a country that would offer relief from Castro's dictatorship.
Evo Morales: All Latin American Nations Should Expel US Ambassadors
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