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Miguel Diaz-Canel speaks at the Russian Duma in November 2022.
Miguel Diaz-Canel speaks at the Russian Duma in November 2022. AP
Politics

Cuba, prostituted, between London and Moscow

La Habana

Castroism is now accelerating the transition from a supposedly socialist dictatorship to a supposedly capitalist one, with Russian counsel and control.

Ruins in Havana.
Ruins in Havana. Diario de Cuba
Emigration

Those who left... are no longer building Cuba

La Habana

More than a quarter of a million Cubans abandoned the island last year, and the vast majority were young people, many of them highly educated.

An FEU demonstration, 2019.
An FEU demonstration, 2019. Trabajadores
Policy

The FEU: from Autonomy to Subordination

La Habana 2

How did an organization that was supposed to guarantee the independence of studies in Cuba end up becoming a body at the service of Castroist repression?

A line in front of a store in Havana.
A line in front of a store in Havana. Diario de Cuba
Opinion

Complaints and Demands at the Cuban Crossroads

Valencia

The fact that the Constitution provides for the population's right to file complaints does not guarantee that this right will actually be honored in Cuba. Why is the regime insisting on defending it now?

Barack Obama and Raul Castro in Havana in 2016.
Barack Obama and Raul Castro in Havana in 2016. EFE
Opinion

Old Words for a New Article on Cuba in 'The New York Times'

La Habana

There is no good reason today for Cubans to favor the US’s rapprochement with Castroism or to believe that the reduction of sanctions could help restore democracy.

Ilustration.
Ilustration. Diario de Cuba
MSMEs

All about MSMEs in Cuba: who will own them and which ones will prosper?

La Habana

The creation of MSMEs is at the core of the Cuban government's economic strategy. What are they? Why are they gaining prominence? What are their chances of success? What Cuba do they represent? The series of articles we begin today answers these questions.

A street near the Capitol in Havana.
A street near the Capitol in Havana. Diario de Cuba
Urban Development

The Mystery of Capital in Cuba

La Habana

Cuba possesses an enormous economic potential in the widespread securitization of its urban development, despite 63 years of economic ineptitude and zero private property.