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April 16, 2021
Cuba Moves Into the Post-Castro Era
On the 60th anniversary of the Bay of Pigs invasion, many US officials still can’t seem to accept a socialist country “under their very noses.”
January 22, 2021
Biden Must Reverse Pompeo’s ‘Terrorist’ Move Against Cuba
Far from being a “state sponsor of terrorism,” as the Trump administration claimed, Cuba has been an ally in fighting it.
December 21, 2020
Can Biden Finish What Obama Started With Cuba?
Here’s a smart blueprint for returning to normalized relations.
November 25, 2020
Are Cuban American Voters Really a ‘Special’ Case?
Their rightward lean of this group often mystifies and frustrates Democrats, but how unique are they really?
Andrés S. Pertierra
October 6, 2020
Will 2020 Be Trump’s Bay of Pigs?
To advance his political fortunes in Florida, Trump assaults the right to travel to Cuba.
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May 22, 2020
Cuba Has Sent 2,000 Doctors and Nurses Overseas to Fight Covid-19
The Trump administration describes Cuba’s medical response teams as “slaves”—we asked the doctors for their take.
March 31, 2020
Covid-19: Cuba Deserves Relief From US Sanctions
Humanitarian deterrence of the virus, not Cold War–era regime change, should be the top priority of US foreign policy.
March 25, 2020
Lessons From Wuhan
If we don’t debate a democratic response to pandemics now, we risk ceding leadership to tyrants.
March 21, 2020
Cuba’s Welcome to a Covid-19-Stricken Cruise Ship Reflects a Long Pattern of Global Humanitarian Commitment
“Thank you, Cuba…. We will never ever forget that you reached out to us when absolutely nobody, and I mean nobody, else would.’’
November 1, 2019
Trump Escalates His Assault on the Right to Travel
Last week, in a blow that hits Cuban Americans particularly hard, the administration canceled all commercial air service to regional Cuban airports.