Who Pays the Bill?

By Pasqualina Curcio on August 3, 2020

Caracas, Photo: Bill Hackwell

This is the title of OXFAM’s latest report from July 2020. In that report they propose that in order to face the (more…)

US Blockade Cost Cuba More Than $4 Billion in One Year

August 24, 2018

Ceramic factory, photo: Bill Hackwell

Between April 2017 and March 2018, U.S. policy towards Cuba intensified and the economic aggression and siege cost the Caribbean country more than $4.321 billion dollars, (more…)

The Human Carnage from Billionaires Carving Up the Planet to Build Their Empires Is Astounding

By Vijay Prashad on August 16, 2017

Photo: Bill Hackwell

Raoul Peck, the Haitian filmmaker, opens his new film – Der Junge Karl Marx (2017) – in the forests of Prussia. Peasants gather fallen wood. They look cold and hungry. (more…)

Criminalizing Critics of Israel: Congress Considers Sweeping Bills to Fine & Jail Supporters of BDS

July 21, 2017

Photo: Bill Hackwell

U.S. lawmakers are seeking to criminally outlaw support for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign against Israel. (more…)

Obama has Fined 49 Companies Over $14 Billion for Violating the Blockade against Cuba since the “Thaw”

October 6, 2016

Photo: Bill Hackwell

Photo: Bill Hackwell

A total of 49 fines have been imposed, during Barack Obama’s Administration, to US and foreign entities for violating the US Embargo against Cuba according to the records of the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the US Government. (more…)

Leave Cuba Alone

By Atilio Borón on Feb 19, 2024

‘true to their ideas’ , photo: Bill Hackwell

I have just arrived in Cuba, and I feel, once again, the same emotion that entered me the first time I visited it on the occasion of the International Seminar on the External Debt of Latin America and the Caribbean that Fidel convened in the first days of August 1985. (more…)

Cuba, the United States and the National Interest of Both

By José R. Cabañas Rodríguez on February 16, 2024

photo: Bill Hackwell

On February 7 of this year, official delegations from Cuba and the United States met in Washington DC, to address issues related to the bilateral agenda, as foreseen in the current Memorandum of Understanding on Law Enforcement and Compliance. The term in English is Law Enforcement since in that language the two meanings are contained in the same word. (more…)

Worldwide Defense of the People of Gaza

By Ramón Pedregal Casanova on February 6, 2024

photo: Bill Hackwell

The attack on the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) was prepared for when the International Court of Justice announced their decision. The Zionazis knew that they were going to be condemned based on the facts, there were not going to be opinions or particular interpretations, only facts, and so it was. (more…)

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