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    WHEN SHOULD THE U.S. CHANGE POLICY TOWARD CUBA2007-08-13. ICCASJason Poblete* and Jaime Suchlicki** August 13, 2007. Ever since Fidel Castro transferred leadership powers to his brother General Raul Castro, there has been a great deal of speculation in academia, the media, and the U.S. Government ("USG") about what could happen politically in Cuba if one […] Continue reading

    Don’t Lift the Cuba Travel Ban

    Don't Lift the Cuba Travel Ban By Jaime SuchlickiFrontPageMagazine.com | April 11, 2007 There are a number of reasons the Cuba travel ban should not be lifted at this time: * American tourists will not bring democracy to Cuba. Over the past decades hundreds of thousands of Canadian, European and Latin American tourists have visited […] Continue reading

    IAPA 2006 Report on Cuba

    62nd General AssemblyMexico City, MexicoSeptember 29 to October 3, 2006Camino Real Hotel Reports and Resolutions CUBA Journalism is at an unprecedented crossroads in contemporary history. Forthe first time after 47 years of absolute control, Fidel Castro is not thenominal leader of Cuba. The temporary transfer of power from Fidel Castro to his brother, Gen. RaulCastro, […] Continue reading

    Opposition cleric freed after 15 months of prison

    Opposition cleric freed after 15 months of prison HAVANA, October 31 (Shelyn Rojas / www.cubanet.org) – The vicar general of the Roman Catholic Orthodox Byzantine Church of Cuba, Ricardo Santiago Medina Salabarría, was freed last week after 15 months in prison and told to ask the U.S. Interests Section for a visa to go into […] Continue reading

    International Pen: Resolution on Cuba

    International Pen: Resolution on Cuba 2006-06-13 www.internationalpen.org.uk The Assembly of Delegates of International PEN, meeting at its 72nd International Congress in Berlin, Germany from 22nd to 28th MayDeeply concerned that the Cuban government continues to carry out an appalling policy of repression against writers, independent journalists and librarians – repression that has increased recently with […] Continue reading

    20 journalists in prison since March 2003

    20 journalists in prison since March 2003 In Cuba, they don’t just censor you now – they throw you in jail. President Fidel Castro’s police rounded up 27 independent journalists on 18 March 2003, along with more than 50 political dissidents, all for the same reason. At the beginning of April, Cuban courts dispatched each […] Continue reading

    Country Reports on Human Rights Practices 2005

    Cuba Country Reports on Human Rights Practices – 2005Released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and LaborMarch 8, 2006 Cuba, with a population of 11 million, is a totalitarian state led by a president, Fidel Castro, whose regime controls all aspects of life through the Communist Party (CP) and its affiliated mass organizations, the […] Continue reading

    CUBA 2005 IAPA Report

    CUBA Cuban journalism is going through a painfully precarious time, worn down after 46 years of state control of the media, a violent escalation of repression against independent opinions and imprisoned journalists, and the authorities’ complete indifference to the people’s demands for information. The situation of two years ago of repression unleashed with a broad […] Continue reading