Articles of United States

News »

Cuba continues to attract cruise lines despite tightening of the U.S. blockade

cuba_cruceros-580x323

The culture, security and natural beauty of Cuba continue to attract the cruise industry, despite the measures of the current U.S. administration that reinforce the blockade. U.S. company Carnival Cruise Line announced that in 2019 it will offer 17 new trips to Cuba on board the Carnival Sensation, with five-day trips departing from South Florida.

News »

Micara Makes History in Cuba-US Regatta

cuba-regata-eeuu

Cuban flag and crew vessel MICARA anchored in the Ernest Hemingway International Sailing Club of Havana Thursday -west of the Cuban capital- as part of the Saint Petersburgh-Havana Regatta. After almost three days of navigation, the vessel Micara with three crew members arrived in the Hemingway International Sailing Club.

News »

US Legislator Asks Tillerson Return of Diplomats to Cuba

Kathy-Castor

Democratic Representative Kathy Castor requested U.S. Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, the return of diplomats and consular officials to the U.S. Embassy in Cuba to change the situation in that facility today.

News »

Cuba Reiterates Its Commitment to Human Rights at UN-Geneva

Pedro-Luis-Pedroso1

Cuba’s ambassador to the UN Office in Geneva, Pedro Luis Pedroso, has reiterated his country”s commitment to the promotion and protection of human rights, diplomatic sources informed today. After addressing the General Segment of the 37th regular session of the Human Rights Council, the diplomat highlighted the priority attention to issues

News »

Greek Citizens Against US Blockade on Cuba

acto-salonica

The Greek-Cuban Friendship Association with Cuba in Thessaloniki rejected the economic blockade the United States has maintained on the Caribbean island, during an event for the 59th anniversary of the triumph of the Revolution and the 165th birthday of José Martí.

News »

Raúl receives U.S. Congressional delegation

Raul miembros congreso usa

Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, President of Cuba’s Councils of State and Ministers, yesterday afternoon received a delegation from the United States Congress, led by Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vermont). The group also included two other Democratic Senators, Ron Wyden from Oregon and Gary Peters from Michigan, and House Representatives James McGovern (D-Massachusetts) and Susan Davis (D-California).

News »

Internet: The same for rich and poor?

Internet informacion

As early as the 1960s, the U.S. Department of Defense had a system that allowed multiple computers located at different universities and research centers in the country to communicate in a single network – the embryo of the great interconnection of networks that we know today as the internet. However, it was not until 1993 that the World Wide Web was put in the public domain.

News »

The enemy plan will be defeated with more Cubans defending our reality

tio Sam en Compu

The CIA had their hopes pinned on agent “Pablo.” He had an excellent education and knew how to relate to youth and students, the focus of Washington’s plans in Cuba. State Security here, however, had full confidence in the man they called “Daniel.” In April of 2011, the real identity of Daniel and Pablo as one and the same person was announced; writer and university professor, Raúl Capote.

News »

The new U.S. National Defense Strategy: A “good deal” for the Military-Industrial Complex

soldados-estados-unidos-afganistan

On January 19, 2018, U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis presented in Washington the declassified version of the United States’ National Defense Strategy. In his speech, he made clear the militaristic approach that will be maintained in coming years: “This strategy expands our competitive space, prioritizes preparedness for war.”

News »

Internet wars: U.S. plans to overthrow the Cuban Revolution with new technologies

internet guerra

In this modern era of cell phones, the internet, and social networks, it is easy to forget that the U.S. has been using communications technologies to attack Cuba ever since the age of shortwave radios and the emergence of television.
The U.S. State Department’s announcement this past January, of the creation of a Cuba Internet Task Force is, therefore, just another scheme in a long saga of Washington’s subversive plans to overthrow the Cuban Revolution.