A law against gender-based violence is not included in the "legislative program, " at least until 2028.
For political and non-economic reasons, the segment of the population that constitutes the engine driving the world emigrates from Cuba.
Havana remains silent after accusations of 'forced labor'.
What does it mean when a member of GAESA, the powerful Cuban military/business conglomerate, assumes the state's second-highest post?
The first year of Internet coverage on cell phones triggered protest, on the Web and on the streets. What lies ahead?
In 2019, more serious than failures to follow through on new plans was the accumulation of old problems that the authorities are still unable to solve.
Some on the island believe that the initiative 'could be a warning' for the Cuban Government to re-examine its policies, while others doubt it can work.
60 years after the triumph of the Revolution, most Cubans do not even acknowledge Violence Against Women.
Cuba's low birth rate and its ageing population are a time bomb.
Open House. On our tenth anniversary, we go behind the scenes at the DDC and chat with some of the people associated with it.
DDC marks a decade. On this occasion, we are thinking back and reflecting on the main issues facing the country.
Cuban exiles grow weary of artists, intellectuals and academics supportive of Castro's disinformation efforts.
'It would be interesting to see how many Cubans on the island know that, since the liberal capitalist globalization process was initiated in 1980, global poverty has actually declined more than ever before in the history of mankind.'
'Apparently the elite in power realized that the social outbreaks they wish upon every government they don't like can affect them too.'
No antidepressants, analgesics, antihistamines... even medications for the treatment of diabetes are in short supply.
"The Spanish discussion of opportunities on the Island does not include any improvements for Cubans working for Spanish companies. And it is even worse for all those Cubans who want democracy for their country."
The four Cubans held in Bolivia explain what the Cuban regime uses medical personnel for.
'Programa Más Medicos: A Raw Deal for Cubans', by Pablo Díaz Espí, Mirta Fernández Laffitte and Marcelo Soares, the first Cuban work honored by the Latin American Conference on Investigative Journalism.
True power lies in the Political Bureau of the PCC and, apparently, its reinforcement has been effective.
An anatomical analysis of Castroist power, with its superior and subordinate hierarchies