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A woman in Cuba.
A woman in Cuba. Diario de Cuba
Crisis

Is there a humanitarian crisis in Cuba?

Madrid

In DIARIO DE CUBA, three experts discuss the aptness of the term to describe the situation on the island.

Guillermo García Frías and Raúl Castro
Guillermo García Frías and Raúl Castro efe
Corruption

Do the rankings reflect the magnitude of the corruption in Cuba?

Madrid

'Raúl Castro's family controls GAESA parcel delivery, and tourism, while those of Guillermo García Frías and Juan Almeida Bosque run the agri-food business and the monopoly on imports. The Miguel Díaz-Canel and Manuel Marrero tandem, wallowing in tourism dividends, is raking it in.'

Lai Ching-te (left) celebrates his election victory.
Lai Ching-te (left) celebrates his election victory. AFP
Politics

Taiwan's Message to Cuba: Pragmatism

Madrid

On two similar islands that have taken different paths, their different economic, political and social results are glaring.

Fidel Castro back when he was rising to power in Cuba.
Fidel Castro back when he was rising to power in Cuba. MINREX
Opinion

Cuba: the commitments of freedom

Madrid 1

'The Cuban Revolution; that is, the long tyranny of Castro and his henchmen and their successors, was made possible, among other things, by their cunning emphasis on pitting justice again freedom'.

Carlos, Daimara and the couple's youngest child.
Carlos, Daimara and the couple's youngest child. Diario de Cuba
Society

Poverty, a lack of medicine and agony: a portrait of a Cuban family

La Habana

The story of Carlos, Daimara and their children is one of the increasingly common ones that can be found among the ruins of Havana, in which poverty is a threat to life itself

José María Cubillo, Professor of International Marketing and an expert in branding.
José María Cubillo, Professor of International Marketing and an expert in branding. Universidad CEU San Pablo
Tourism

'Cuba's tourism model is showing signs of fatigue'

Madrid

José María Cubillo, Professor of International Marketing and a branding expert at the Universidad CEU San Pablo (Spain) analyzes the situation on the island and the reputational damage it may be suffering.

Ration book.
Ration book. Diario de Cuba
Society

The ration card's days are numbered in Cuba

La Habana

The aim is to 'subsidize people and not products,' says Manuel Marrero when announcing the measure included in the economic package

Emergency staff at the Municipal Hospital of Mayarí, Holguín.
Emergency staff at the Municipal Hospital of Mayarí, Holguín.
Health

When I saw a doctor cry out of impotence

Mayarí

It is unfair to blame health professionals for the dysfunctionality of a system like Cuba's, which prevents them from doing their job.

Treble hooks.
Treble hooks. Amazon
Opinion

Subsidies in Cuba: grateful fish

La Habana

The Castro 'subsidy' is like treble hook chemically sharpened for deep-sea fishing.