Articles, Opinions, and Papers

October 2018
September 2018
August 2018
Date Title
8/27/18 Cuba’s New Constitution Won’t Fix Its Economy
Mac Margolis, Bloomberg
July 2018
Date Title
7/31/18 Is Cuba’s Vision of Market Socialism Sustainable?
William M. LeoGrande, World Politics Review
7/31/18 Cuba’s proposed new Constitution is a ‘fraud,’ dissidents say
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
7/29/18 To understand Cuba’s emerging class system, try the ice cream
Richard Feinberg, Quartz
7/26/18 Cuba badly needs currency reform, but it won’t happen yet, economists say
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
7/25/18 Castro seeks to do away with the old guard as a way to preserve socialism, analysts say
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
7/24/18 Top State officials visit Cuba, probe new health "attacks"
Steve Dorsey, NBC News
7/23/18 After decades of homophobia, Cuba closer to allowing same-sex marriage
Pablo de Llano, El Pais
7/23/18 With significant constitutional changes, Cuba's leaders aim for their system's survival
Carmen Sesin, NBC News
7/22/18 Cuba ditches aim of building communism from draft constitution
Reuters, The Guardian
7/19/18 Spain does U-turn on Cuba and Venezuela in favor of dialogue
Javier Casqueiro, El Pais
7/18/18 U.S. tourism to Cuba revives after months-long Trump slump - sources
Marc Frank, Reuters
7/18/18 Cuba's anointed president could lose more power with constitutional reforms supported by Castro
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
7/17/18 Miami billboards accuse cruise ships that sail to Cuba of dealing in confiscated property
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
7/17/18 Communist-run Cuba starts rolling out internet on mobile phones
Sarah Marsh, Reuters
7/17/18 Commission probing Cuba plane crash rejects speculation about cause
Sarah Marsh And Daina Beth Solomon, Reuters
7/17/18 Mexican company says pilot error to blame for Cuba air crash that killed 112 people
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
7/15/18 Cuba to recognise private property under new constitution
BBC
7/15/18 Nicaraguan torture victims say Venezuelan and Cuban accents have been heard in prisons
Sarah Moreno, Miami Herald
7/15/18 Cuba moves backwards: New regulations likely to impede private sector growth
Richard Feinberg, Brookings
7/12/18 Seven members of Congress say now is the time to indict Raúl Castro
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
7/12/18 He now hunts Cuban human-rights abusers in the U.S. Was he once an offender himself?
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
7/11/18 State Department still investigating diplomats' illnesses in Cuba, China
Reuters
7/11/18 Cuba imposes more taxes and controls on private sector and increases censorship on the arts
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
7/11/18 Venezuelans are starving, but the country still sends crude to Cuba
Antonio Maria Delgado, Miami Herald
7/8/18 Ottawa defends response to mystery attacks on Canadian diplomats in Cuba
Bruce Campian-Smith, Toronto Star
7/8/18 Gay marriage does not fit in a Communist country, Cuban Evangelicals say
Mario J. Pentón, Miami Herald
7/4/18 Cuban environmentalist 'prisoner of conscience' says free on parole
Nelson Acosta and Sarah Marsh, Reuters
7/4/18 Russia sent Obama a blunt message about Cuba, and now Trump is giving the edge back to Moscow
Christopher Woody, Business Insider
7/1/18 In this isolated Cuban town on Guantanamo Bay, they still call Americans 'the enemy'
Patrick Oppmann, CNN
June 2018
Date Title
6/28/18 Trump administration extends ban on lawsuits over confiscated property in Cuba
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
6/27/18 Senate farm bill stalled by Rubio's Cuba crusade
Liz Crampton and Catherine Boudreau, Politico
6/26/18 United States urges Cuba to release two 'prisoners of conscience'
Reuters
6/25/18 Russian oil bought by PDVSA for Cuba discharges in the Caribbean -data
Reuters
6/25/18 Cuba courts new mining investment, but can it compete?
Heidi Vella, Mining Technology
6/21/18 Cuba loosens grip on media, allows for more independent reporting
Andrea Rodriguez, Christian Science Monitor
6/20/18 These Americans suffered severe neurological disorders in Cuba. Now they have a lawyer.
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
6/19/18 Cubans on the island want to talk to you about refilling their phone minutes
Mario J. Pentón, Miami Herald
6/17/18 Reaction mixed on first anniversary of Trump's Cuba policy
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
6/14/18 US renews call for Cuba to probe cause of health ‘attacks’
Matthew Lee, Boston Magazine
6/14/18 Has President Trump's year-old Cuba policy helped the Cuban people?
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
6/14/18 Trump is willing to negotiate with North Korea — but not Cuba
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
6/14/18 Rubio's Hypocrisy On Trump, North Korea – Call It Rubiocrisy – Is Bad For Latin America
Tim Padgett, WLRN
6/13/18 U.S.-Cuba Bilateral Commission to meet for first time since U.S. withdrew embassy personnel
Carmen Sesin, NBC News
6/13/18 Trump’s tougher Cuba policy having little impact on Tampa area
Paul Guzzo, Tampa Bay Times
6/13/18 The Trump-Rubio politics of hypocrisy: Cuba, no deal. North Korea? 'Has great beaches.'
Fabiola Santiago, Miami Herald
6/12/18 Let's Talk About This Cuban-Russian-Chinese Conspiracy
Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone
6/11/18 Video: Two Venezuelans beaten at Cuba airport for refusing to leave their luggage behind
Monique O. Madan and Sonia Osorio, Miami Herald
6/11/18 US pulls two more from Cuba amid puzzling health cases now affecting China
Beth Mole, ARS Technica
6/10/18 Cuba says it can't uncover cause of 'sonic attacks' on US diplomats
Alessia Grunberger, CNN
6/7/18 Black boxes in fiery Cuban airline crash being analyzed in Washington
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
6/7/18 If you send packages to relatives or friends in Cuba, goods could get confiscated
Mario J. Pentón, Miami Herald
6/7/18 The U.S. Is Still Clueless About the Creepy 'Sonic' Attacks in China and Cuba
Joe Pappalardo, Popular Mechanics
6/6/18 In sign of tougher policy shift, Trump appoints Cuba 'hardliner' to lead Radio and TV Martí
Marc Caputo, Politico
6/6/18 Why African-American Doctors Are Choosing to Study Medicine in Cuba
Anakwa Dwamena, The New Yorker
6/6/18 A Medical Mystery Grows as U.S. Consulate Workers in China Fall Ill
Steven Lee Myers and Jane Perlez, New York Times
6/6/18 Google and Cuba close to finalizing agreement to expand internet access on the island
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
6/5/18 U.S. sets up task force to investigate diplomatic health incidents in Cuba and China
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
6/4/18 Cuba's new president meets with US senator, Google exec
AP, The News & Observer
6/3/18 Cuba ‘sonic attack’ conspiracy theories and flawed science
The Guardian
6/3/18 Cuba to begin constitutional reforms to formalise ''opening-up'
BBC
6/3/18 U.S., Cuba decide to make direct mail service permanent
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
May 2018
Date Title
5/30/18 New Cuba leader praises Maduro in 'solidarity' visit to Venezuela
Vivian Sequera, Reuters
5/29/18 Cuba to update Soviet-era constitution, adapting to reforms
Andrea Rodriguez, ABC News
5/29/18 Cuba calls on US and Canada to investigate 'sonic attack' claims
Ian Sample, The Guardian
5/28/18 U.N. members offer 339 suggestions on how Cuba can improve human rights record
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
5/24/18 Tragic Cuba plane crash shows that new Cuban government can't afford to cover up news
Fabiola Santiago, Miami Herald
5/23/18 Pompeo Says Mysterious Sickness Among Diplomats in Cuba Has Spread to China
Gardiner Harris, New York Times
5/23/18 Havana Cruise Terminal to Triple in Size as Cuba Chases Tourists
Christopher Jasper, Bloomberg
5/23/18 Anti-Castro militant Posada Carriles is dead at 90
Nora Gámez Torres and Glenn Garvin, Miami Herald
5/23/18 After 737 Crash, Some Cuban-Americans Say US Should Lease Cuba Planes And Parts
Tim Padgett, WLRN
5/22/18 Cuba's new leader breaks from past with public appearances
Andrea Rodriguez and Michael Weissenstein, ABC News
5/17/18 Cuba's Ladies in White win $250,000 prize for advancing liberty
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
5/16/18 New leadership offers a chance for a US-Cuba reboot
Michael Czinkota and Lisa Burgoa, The Hill
5/16/18 The United States and Cuba clash over human rights at U.N. meeting
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
5/15/18 Exclusive: As Venezuelans suffer, Maduro buys foreign oil to subsidize Cuba
Marianna Parraga and Jeanne Liendo, Reuters
5/13/18 Cubans show LGBTQ pride with flags and dancing in Havana parade
Orlando Matos, Roberto Leon, and Kalhan Rosenblatt, NBC News
5/11/18 With new a president, we have an opportunity to begin the process of re-establishing relations with Cuba
Rep. Bradley Byrne (R-ALA.), The Hill
5/9/18 U.S. trade embargo has cost Cuba $130 billion, U.N. says
Reuters
5/8/18 Cuba in drive to attract foreign investment
Marc Frank, Financial Times
5/8/18 Cuban biologist turned farmer becomes target of Castro regime
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
5/7/18 Can Cuba's Miguel Díaz-Canel Complete Raúl Castro's Economic Revolution?
William M. LeoGrande, Newsweek
5/6/18 Raul Castro’s daughter to push for gay marriage in Cuba
AP, Washington Post
5/1/18 In show of continuity, Castro flanks new Cuban leader at May Day rally
Sarah Marsh, Reuters
April 2018
Date Title
4/30/18 The Man Who Saved Havana
Tony Perrottet, Smithsonian Magazine
4/29/18 Cuba diversifies key government posts with somewhat younger but loyal leadership
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
4/25/18 Sharp decline in U.S. travel to Cuba spurs overall drop in tourism for the island
Carmen Sesin, NBC News
4/24/18 How one Republican held up the U.S. Senate over Cuba travel policy
Alex Daugherty, Miami Herald
4/24/18 Cuba sees 2018 nickel plus cobalt output topping 50,000 tonnes
Marc Frank, Reuters
4/23/18 Yes, Americans Can Still Travel To Cuba
Alexandra Talty, Forbes
4/22/18 President Trump should engage Cuba’s new president, not leave policy to Marco Rubio
Fabiola Santiago, Miami Herald
4/22/18 Where are the Castro kids? The next generation of the Cuban dynasty lies low.
Adam Taylor, Washington Post
4/22/18 Cubans Doubt a Change at the Top Will Bring Change at the Bottom
Azam Ahmed, New York Times
4/19/18 Notas sobre un traspaso
Alejandro Armengol, Cubaencuentro
4/19/18 Cuba's new president is the first non-Castro in 42 years. How much power will he have?
Mimi Whitefield and Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
4/19/18 Cuba heads toward a post-Castro future, with or without Trump
Ishaan Tharoor, Washington Post
4/19/18 Cuba after the Castros
Michael Bustamante, Washington Post
4/17/18 Trump's Cuba rollback leaves U.S. out in the cold for island's future
Alan Gomez, USA Today
4/17/18 FBI making 'a lot of progress' in finding answers on health attacks in Cuba
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
4/17/18 Statement on Cuba's Historic Leadership Transition Files
Cuba Study Group
4/16/18 Who is Miguel Díaz-Canel, Cuba's likely new president? A look from those who know him
Carmen Sesin and Orlando Matos, NBC News
4/16/18 Cuba to Start Historic Transition a Day Earlier
AP, U.S. News and World Report
4/16/18 The Dangers of U.S. Withdrawal from a Post-Castro Cuba
Gabrielle Jorgensen, Engage Cuba
4/16/18 CSG Published White Paper on the Challenges Cuba Will Face Following its 2018 Leadership Transition Files
4/15/18 Washington and Cuba butt heads over Venezuela at heated Americas summit
Jim Wyss, Miami Herald
4/12/18 Cuba and Venezuela delegations disrupt civil society summit in Peru
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
4/12/18 Latin America leaders urge summit participants to reject Cuba's next handpicked ruler
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
4/12/18 Think you can do business in post-Castro Cuba? Sorry, but it'll still be tricky
Rick Jervis, USA Today
4/12/18 The US has fallen silent over its sonic attack theory in Cuba
Anhana Ahuja, Financial Times
4/10/18 U.S. condemns Cuba for keeping dissidents away from Peru summit
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
4/9/18 Raúl Castro’s Unfinished Legacy in Cuba
William M. LeoGrande, Americas Quarterly
4/8/18 U.S. Embassy in Cuba: Diplomatic population 10
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
4/8/18 Cuba desperately needs to reform currency system, but timing couldn’t be worse
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
March 2018
Date Title
3/27/18 Cuba's Communist Party admits errors, slowdown in reforms
Sarah Marsh, Reuters
3/26/18 Cuban officials focus on President Trump's recent nominees
Hatzel Vela, WPLG
3/26/18 Kenya to Import 100 Doctors from Cuba
Rael Ombuor, Voice of America
3/18/18 Russian spy ship is docked in Havana harbor
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
3/18/18 In Cuba, let’s get back in the game
Emily Mendrala, The Hill
3/12/18 Cuba's likely next president pledges more responsive gov't
Michael Weissenstein, The Miami Herald
3/1/18 Voices from Cuba: Cubans contemplate a non-Castro president and a new generation of leaders
Mimi Whitefield,The Miami Herald
February 2018
January 2018
Date Title
1/31/18 EU offers to assist Cuba with monetary consolidation: EU official
Nelson Acosta, Reuters
1/29/18 19 American citizens report symptoms suffered by diplomats in Cuba
Steve Dorsey, CBS News
1/29/18 Cuba cancels sugar exports; Hurricane Irma, January rains hit harvest
Marc Frank, Reuters
1/28/18 Raúl Castro’s son can’t be Cuba’s next president. But what about his daughter?
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
1/28/18 Trump casts pall on inauguration of U.S. statue of Marti in Cuba
Marc Frank, Reuters
1/25/18 Former US inmate’s wife decries exclusion from Cuba congress
Andrea Rodriguez, Washington Post
1/23/18 Raul Castro Nominated For Cuba’s Parliament
CBS Miami
1/22/18 Cuba is a lot poorer than the government reports, a new study shows
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
1/21/18 Tourism booming in Cuba despite tougher new Trump policy
AP, CNBC
1/15/18 Cuban economy ever more opaque as data omitted from 2016 accounts
Marc Frank, Reuters
1/15/18 100,000 Cuban homes slammed by Hurricane Irma await repairs months later
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
1/11/18 As U.S. Accuses Cuba of Sonic Attacks, Canada Keeps Diplomats in Country Despite Mystery Illness
Chantal Da Silva, Newsweek
1/10/18 Cuba embarks on a 100-year plan to protect itself from climate change
Richard Stone, Science
1/10/18 State Department softens travel warning to Cuba, recommends ‘reconsidering’ trip
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
1/10/18 Algeria sends more oil to Cuba as Venezuelan supplies fall
Reuters
1/10/18 U.S. and Canada baffled by health ‘attacks’ on diplomats in Cuba
Abigail Williams and Tracy Conners, NBC News
1/9/18 Experts still confounded by source of attacks against U.S. embassy staffers in Havana
Alex Daughtery, Miami Herald
1/9/18 US Havana embassy: New inquiry into Cuba staff sickness
BBC
1/9/18 Despite policy changes, many opportunities remain for U.S. businesses in Cuba
Ana Landau French, The Hill
1/8/18 Rubio To Hold Hearing On ‘Sonic Attacks’ On U.S. Diplomats In Cuba
CBS Miami
1/8/18 Tillerson tells AP Cuba still risky; FBI doubts sonic attack
Josh Lederman and Matthew Lee, AP
1/7/18 Rubio calls Cuba sonic attacks a “documented fact” after GOP colleague questions evidence
Franco Ordoñez, The News and Observer
1/4/18 Top EU diplomat upbeat as she ends Cuba visit
Marc Frank, Reuters
1/4/18 Inside Cuba's LGBT revolution: How the island's attitudes to sexuality and gender were transformed
Lydia Smith, The Independent
1/4/18 If your parents are Cuban, you may be eligible for citizenship — but there’s a catch
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
1/3/18 European Union diplomat visits Cuba to strengthen ties
Marc Frank, Reuters
1/1/18 Rising seas; shrinking Cuba's future, scientists say
Lucia Newman, Aljazeera
1/1/18 Goodbye Venezuela, hello Russia. Can Vladimir Putin save Cuba?
Nora Gámez Torres and Antonio Maria Delgado, Miami Herald
December 2017
Date Title
12/21/17 How Trump Is Sabotaging Cuba’s New Private Sector
Benito Albisa Novo, The Nation
12/21/17 Common-sense next steps for US-Cuba agricultural trade
Rep. Rick Crawford, The Hill
12/21/17 Cuba says current leadership to remain through April
Andrea Rodriguez and Michael Weissenstein, ABC News
12/19/17 More than 37,000 Cubans face deportation orders
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
12/17/17 Cuba’s Castro and Russian oil executive meet in Havana
Reuters
12/14/17 Cuba exports medicine to dozens of countries. It would like the U.S. to be one of them
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
12/14/17 Cuban researchers hope to join forces with U.S. in biotech field
Emily Michot, Miami Herald
12/14/17 This Cuban industry began with 6 scientists, a tiny lab — and Fidel Castro’s obsession
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
12/12/17 Cuba tells U.S. suspension of visas is hurting families
Reuters
12/12/17 U.S. policy is hurting Cuba’s entrepreneurs
Niuris Higueras, Yamina Vicente, Julia de la Rosa Quesada, and Marla Recio, Miami Herald
12/11/17 US Embassy in Cuba should not be a foreign relations pawn
Ralph Patino, Sun Sentinel
12/11/17 Raúl Castro’s economic reforms were supposed to make life better in Cuba. Didn’t happen
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
12/10/17 Cold War: Can a New President in Cuba Win Over Trump and End the Castro Era?
Nicole Rodriguez, Newsweek
12/7/17 Cuba’s leaders are trapped between the need for change and the fear of it
The Economist
12/6/17 Doctors find brain abnormalities in victims of Cuba mystery
Josh Lederman, AP
12/6/17 Long-distance U.S.-Cuba couples have flourished — but Trump’s new policy keeps them apart
Allison Yates, Washington Post
12/5/17 Exclusive: Trump names career diplomat to head Cuban embassy
Marc Frank, Reuters
November 2017
Date Title
11/29/17 Nestle, Cuba Lay First Stone for $55 Million Coffee and Biscuit Factory
Sarah Marsh, Reuters
11/28/17 Uzbekistan incident raises suspicions of Russian involvement in Cuba attacks
Steve Dorsey, CBS News
11/27/17 Cuba begins harvest of weather-battered sugar crop
Marc Frank, Reuters
11/27/17 Your Mind is in Prison: Cuba's Web of Control Over Free Expression and Its Chilling Expression on Everyday Life
Amnesty International
11/26/17 One year later, Fidel Castro’s death met with tributes in Cuba — and a shrug in Miami
Mimi Whitefield and Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
11/26/17 Cuba holds municipal elections on road to Castro era’s end
Marc Frank, Reuters
11/21/17 Raúl Castro: Will he stay in power in Cuba or retire?
Mimi Whitefield and Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
11/21/17 Cuba flights getting scarcer, but MIA still the premier gateway to get there
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
11/20/17 U.S. Tour Operators Optimistic About Cuba Travel Because They’re Even More Essential
Dan Peltier, Skift
11/19/17 Amid growing isolation, North Korea falls back on close ties with Cuba
Adam Taylor, Washington Post
11/19/17 Yes, you can still travel to Cuba — but make sure you know the new rules
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
11/16/17 Cuba takes to the web for ‘scientific exchange’ on acoustic attacks on U.S. diplomats
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
11/15/17 Trump’s Cold-War Politics Are Hurting Ordinary Cubans
Sujatha Fernandes, The Nation
11/13/17 Cuba: Trump regulations a ‘serious setback’ in U.S.-Cuba relations
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
11/13/17 Cuba Tour Operators Relieved as State Department Spells Out New Hotel Restrictions
Stanley Jones, Travel Market Report
11/12/17 Under Trump, new rules for Cuba, yet again
Emiliy Mendrala, The Hill
11/12/17 Cuba attack mystery may be Cold War flashback, officials say
Ali Watkins, Politico
11/12/17 It’s your Cuba policy, Miami Republicans. You can’t blame Obama now.
Fabiola Santiago, El Nuevo Herald
11/8/17 Rubio and other Miami Republicans blame ‘bureaucrats’ for softening Trump Cuba policy
Patricia Mazzei, Miami Herald
11/8/17 What Trump’s Cuba crackdown will look like
Patricia Mazzei, Nora Gámez Torres, and Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
11/1/17 U.S. and Israel only nations to vote no on U.N. resolution condemning embargo against Cuba
Mimi Whitefiled, Miami Herald
October 2017
Date Title
10/31/17 Trump administration expected to defend embargo on Cuba in United Nations vote
PBS News Hour
10/31/17 Cuban-American lawmakers call for inquiry on U.S. government response to sonic attacks
Franco Ordoñez, Miami Herald
10/30/17 Cuba policy on Cuban-American travel to the island has political and economic tentacles
Mimi Whitefield and Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
10/30/17 U.S. planned a 261,000-troop invasion force of Cuba, newly released documents show
Ray Locker, USA TODAY
10/29/17 Cuba to ease travel restrictions on exiles wanting to visit
CBS News
10/29/17 Cuba quietly reveals names of sonic attack victims — but some are wrong, U.S. says
Patricia Mazzei, Nora Gámez Torres, and Daniel Chang, Miami Herald
10/26/17 US appoints new chief for embassy in Cuba
Julia Manchester, The Hill
10/24/17 Cubans Forcefully Reject Blame for U.S. Diplomats’ Mystery Ailments
Andrea Mitchell and Mary Murray, NBC News
10/24/17 Miami Cuban American faces long sentence in Havana under alleged espionage charges
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
10/24/17 Cuban Art Outshines Politics
Abby Ellin, New York Times
10/23/17 Mariel is Cuba’s big industrial gamble. Could U.S. companies be among investors?
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
10/22/17 Two more U.S. officials confirmed injured by mysterious attacks in Cuba
Carol Morello, Washington Post
10/22/17 Cuba unveils Jose Marti statue, a gift from Trump's hometown
Sarah Marsh, Reuters
10/19/17 Tourist fears he was hit by mystery attack in Cuba, years before diplomats
CBS News
10/19/17 Punishing Without Evidence: The Trump Administration’s Gratuitous Steps To Roll Back Progress Between The United States And Cuba
Senator Patrick Leahy, Huff Post
10/19/17 Official press in central Cuba: region looks ‘as though the hurricane had just hit’
Nora Gamez Torres, Miami Herald
10/18/17 At war court, lawyer cites sonic attacks in Havana to bolster sleep-deprivation claim
Carol Rosenburg, Miami Herald
10/18/17 Cash-strapped Cuba makes debt payment to major creditors
Marc Frank, NASDAQ
10/18/17 Florida officials travel to Cuba despite attacks that sickened U.S. diplomats
Hatzel Vela, WPLG
10/16/17 Trump blames Cuba for mysterious attacks on US diplomats
Zachary Cohen, CNN
10/15/17 'Star Wars' fantasy? Cubans doubt US sonic attacks claims
Associated Press, Miami Herald
10/12/17 The sound in Havana: What Americans heard in Cuba attacks
AP, Miami Herald
10/12/17 White House says Cuba could stop attacks on Americans
Josh Lederman, Washington Post
10/11/17 Trump winds up to hit Cuba’s economy - twice
Melanie Zanona, The Hill
10/11/17 The Trouble With Cuba’s New Economy
William M. LeoGrande, Americas Quarterly
10/10/17 America should strengthen, not abandon, relationship with Cuba
Mark Feierstein, The Hill
10/9/17 Cuba’s vice president says U.S. reports of sonic attacks against diplomats is a ‘tall tales’
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
10/9/17 Diplomats court Cuba to act as broker for Venezuela transition
John Paul Rathbone, Financial Times
10/9/17 Does Cuba Know Who Is Behind ‘Attacks’ On U.S. Diplomats?
William M. LeoGrande, Huff Post
10/8/17 Reckless hostility toward Cuba damages America's interests
Harold Trinkunas and Richard Feinberg, The Hill
10/8/17 What you need to know about travel to Cuba in the new Trump era
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
10/5/17 Prices halved for holidays to Cuba as island feels impact of Trump and Irma
Claire Boobbyer, The Telegraph
10/5/17 Investigation into mysterious Cuba attacks "back to square one"
Steve Dorsey, CBS News
10/4/17 Lawmakers Demanding More Answers About Who & What Sickened Diplomats At Cuban Embassy
CBS News
10/2/17 U.S. to expel two-thirds of Cuban diplomats amid sonic attack probe
Franco Ordoñez, Miami Herald
10/2/17 US spies in Cuba were among first victims of mysterious sonic 'attacks'
AP, The Guardian
10/1/17 Havana quickly cleans up for tourists after hurricane. But other areas have a problem
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
September 2017
Date Title
9/28/17 U.S. plans major withdrawal of staff from embassy in Cuba
Steve Dorsey and Kylie Atwood, CBS News
9/28/17 Clueless on Cuba’s economy
The Economist
9/27/17 Trump’s effort to roll back ‘misguided’ Cuba policy stalls
James Rosen, Fox News
9/24/17 US diplomats, families in Cuba targeted nearly 50 times by sonic attacks, says US official
Patrick Oppmann and Elise Labott, CNN
9/24/17 Cuba sets up hurricane relief bank account. U.S. citizens should be wary of contributing
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
9/20/17 Cuba and the Hurricanes of the Caribbean
Jon Lee Anderson, The New Yorker
9/20/17 U.S.-Cuba commission meets for first time during Trump administration
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
9/19/17 Cuba delays municipal elections due to Irma devastation
Reuters
9/19/17 Trump threatens Venezuela and puts Cuba on notice
Franco Ordoñez, Miami Herald
9/19/17 Cuba Embassy ‘Attacks’ Baffle U.S., Frustrate Victim
Tracy Connor, Mary Murray, and Abigail Williams, NBC News
9/18/17 Our Men and Women in Havana
William M. LeoGrande, Huff Post
9/17/17 In Cuba, many Hurricane Irma victims are asking themselves, where is the government?
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
9/17/17 U.S. considering closing its embassy in Cuba
Carol Morello, Washington Post
9/17/17 Thinking about sending hurricane relief to Cuba? It’s complicated
Mimi Whitefield and ora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
9/4/17 Cuba begins 5-month political transition
Andrea Rodríguez, ABC News
August 2017
Date Title
8/31/17 Here Are the 41 Websites You Can't Access in Cuba
Louise Matsakis, Motherboard
8/30/17 Cuba’s private sector faces internal, external pressure
Andrew Otazo, Sun Sentinel
8/30/17 Infra- and ultrasonic waves thought to be responsible for Cuba attacks
Steve Dorsey, CBS News
8/29/17 Cuba’s Internet paradox: How controlled and censored Internet risks Cuba’s achievements in education
Amnesty International
8/27/17 Canada Says Not Assuming Cuba Was Behind Acoustic Incidents
David Ljunggren and Marc Frank, Reuters
8/24/17 Cuba's Elián González says he wants to reconcile with his Miami relatives
Patrick Oppmann, CNN
8/24/17 Sixteen US staff in Cuba hurt in 'acoustic attack'
BBC
8/23/17 Diplomats in Cuba suffered traumatic brain injuries, records show
Rafael Bernal, The Hill
8/23/17 Elián González documentary to air Thursday on CNN
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
8/22/17 Video offers rare glimpse of hardline ideology from presumed next leader of Cuba
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
8/22/17 Video offers rare glimpse of hardline ideology from presumed next leader of Cuba
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
8/20/17 Sonic attacks in Cuba hit more diplomats than earlier reported, officials say
Patrick Oppmann and Elise Labott, CNN
8/20/17 Marriott International sees promising future in Cuba
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
8/17/17 After Maduro’s secret trip to Cuba, opposition leaders want to know: ‘Why did he go?’
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
8/16/17 Cuba Grapples With Professionals And Their Economic Future
Associated Press, NBC News
8/16/17 Venezuelan president, in Cuba, pays homage to Fidel Castro
Nelson Acosta, Reuters
8/15/17 Cuba's Castro faces tough choices on the island's fledgling economy
John Caulfield, The Hill
8/15/17 Elian Gonzalez: 'I'm involved with the work of the revolution'
Patrick Oppmann, CNN
8/15/17 Cuban trade with Venezuela plunges over two years
Marc Frank, Reuters
8/14/17 Cuba celebrates Fidel Castro’s birthday with what the late leader most enjoyed
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
8/13/17 Diplomats in Cuba suffered "health attacks," Tillerson says
CBS News
8/10/17 Hearing loss of US diplomats in Cuba is blamed on covert device
Matthew Lee and Michael Weissenstein, Boston Globe
8/10/17 Government-controlled news in Cuba offers disinformation on Venezuela
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
8/9/17 Cuban Graffiti Artists Bring Social Critique to Havana’s Walls
Reuters, NBC News
8/9/17 U.S. Expels Two Cuban Diplomats After Incidents in Cuba
AP, NBC News
8/8/17 Changing tides of U.S. policy may sink Cuban tourism hopes
PBS Newshour
8/7/17 Cuba Says Private Sector Freeze Will Not Last Years
Reuters
8/6/17 Cuba orders closure of fast-growing accounting cooperative
Andrea Rodriguez, Washington Post
8/2/17 Fear is driving Raúl Castro to punish Cuba’s new entrepreneurial class, experts say
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
8/1/17 Communist-run Cuba puts brakes on private sector expansion
Sarah Marsh, Reuters
8/1/17 Cuba denounces international plot to silence Venezuelan people
Sarah Marsh, Reuters
July 2017
Date Title
7/31/17 Going 'Home' To A Place They've Never Been: Cuba
Isabella Cueto, WSVN
7/31/17 Cuba reins in entrepreneurs who take free enterprise too far
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
7/26/17 Cuba Rejects Rumors It Will Mediate in Venezuela Crisis
Reuters, USA Today
7/26/17 VOICE It’s More Than Cigars and Rum: Why Cuba Matters
James Stavridis, Foreign Policy
7/26/17 Treasury says more travel could be affected by Trump’s new Cuba policy
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
7/26/17 In Cuba, Obama policies only went so far
Melanie Zanona, The Hill
7/24/17 Tourism lifts Cuban economy but overall outlook is cloudy
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
7/23/17 Cuba's public face of diplomacy with US leaving post
Michael Weissenstein and Andrea Rodriguez, ABC News
7/23/17 Cuba seeks to revive mining sector with new lead and zinc mine
Sarah Marsh, Reuters
7/23/17 New White House communications director has traveled to Cuba to scout investment opportunities
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
7/20/17 U.S.-Cuba diplomatic ties: What a difference two years and a new president makes
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
7/19/17 State Department drops Cuba entirely from annual detail of terrorist activity
Teresa Welsh, Miami Herald
7/18/17 In Cuba, Trump’s policy proving hard to follow
Melanie Zanona, The Hill
7/18/17 Cuba's financial crisis worsens: economy minister
Marc Frank, Reuters
7/17/17 Cuba’s median salary is higher but life remains difficult for workers with no other income
Mario J. Pentón and Luz Escobar, Miami Herald
7/17/17 Trump to suspend lawsuit provision of Helms-Burton
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
7/16/17 Cuba’s Raul Castro dismisses harsher US tone under Trump
AP, CNBC
7/16/17 Cuba courted in diplomatic push on Venezuela crisis
John Paul Rathbone, Financial Times
7/13/17 Eight Things You Need to Know about President Trump’s New Cuba Policy
William M. LeoGrande, Huff Post
7/12/17 Cuban Jewish Leaders Pen Open Letter In Support of U.S.-Cuba Relations
Carmen Sesin, NBC News
7/11/17 U.S. names interim charge d’affaires at embassy in Havana
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
7/11/17 In Cuba, elections are genuine demonstration of democracy, Castro government says
Hatzel Vela, WPLG
7/10/17 Will Trump Open A Pandora’s Box of Litigation Over Cuban Property?
William M. LeoGrande, HuffPost
7/9/17 A Retreat on Cuba Policy
Vicki Huddleston, New York Times
7/9/17 Cuba sees 2017 nickel, cobalt sulfides output at 54,500 tonnes
Reuters
7/5/17 Trump's Cuba Rollback is Bad for Cubans, Bad for Business
Roberta Braga, Newsweek
7/5/17 Some Cubans choose dose of private medicine despite price
Andrea Rodriguez, Miami Herald
7/4/17 Cuban entrepreneurs brace for President Trump's new Cuba policy
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
7/4/17 Defections to U.S. rob Cuba of superpower baseball status
Dan McGrath, Chicago Tribune
7/4/17 Cuba’s state-run love motels make a comeback
Karen Gilchrist, CNBC
June 2017
Date Title
6/22/17 Trump Panders on Cuba, Preferring Cold War Over Progress
Doug Bandow, The American Conservative
6/21/17 New U.S. Cuba Policy is Unpopular, Just Like President Trump
Sofia Lotto Persia, Newsweek
6/20/17 Capitalism Should Be Our Weapon of Choice in Cuba
Rand Paul, Reason
6/20/17 Trump's Rollback on Cuba: The Consequences of Undoing the Rapprochement
Michael J. Bustamante, Foreign Affairs
6/20/17 Trump's Cuba Travel Policy Leaves Heads Scratching
Andrew Bender, Forbes
6/19/17 Can Cuba count on America as a partner or an adversary?
Micho F. Spring, Boston Globe
6/19/17 Cuba calls Trump speech on island 'grotesque spectacle'
Francois Murphy, Reuters
6/18/17 Cuba to President Trump: We need to continue to cooperate and coexist
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
6/18/17 Former Obama aide on Cuba: Trump, GOP lawmakers don’t believe in freedom
Max Greenwood, The Hill
6/15/17 Trump recasts Cuba policy, takes harder line than Obama on military, travel
Patricia Mazzei and Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
6/15/17 Inside Oval Office, Rubio and Diaz-Balart pushed Trump to crack down on Cuba
Patricia Mazzei, Miami Herald
6/14/17 Trump’s Conflicts of Interest in Cuba
Carolyn Kenney and John Norris, Center for American Progress
6/14/17 Trump’s policy changes will give new ammunition to Cuba’s dictatorship
Andrés Oppenheimer, Miami Herald
6/7/17 Luxury hotels arrive in Cuba despite fears Trump may hurt tourism boom
Sarah Marsh, Reuters
6/5/17 Russia, Cuba, Comey, and Trump
William M. LeoGrande, Huffington Post
6/1/17 Cuban Parliament Approves Communist Party Roadmap
Marc Frank and Sarah Marsh, Reuters
6/1/17 Cuban Entrepreneurs Start First Private Business Group
Andrea Rodriguez, U.S. News and World Report
May 2017
Date Title
5/24/17 No USAID funds for Cuba in Trump budget proposal
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
5/21/17 Cubans become the road warriors of D.C. diplomatic corps
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
5/18/17 Trump will not announce highly anticipated changes in Cuba policy
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
5/18/17 Cuba says Zika tally rises to nearly 1,900 cases
Sarah Marsh and Nelson Acosta, Reuters
5/17/17 Trump's critical Cuba policy
Paul D. Eaton and David L. McGinnis, Politico
5/14/17 LGBTQ Americans meet in Havana with fellow Cuban activists
Steve Rothaus, Miami Herald
5/11/17 Here's why Cuba should be on Francis' agenda when he meets Trump
William M. LeoGrande, National Catholic Reporter
5/4/17 Cuba 2018: What To Expect As Castro Rule Comes To An End
Simon Whistler, Forbes
5/2/17 CSG Partners with the Kellogg School of Management to Analyze the Cuban Coffee Sector Files
5/1/17 Protester disrupts start of Cuba's annual May Day parade
ABC News, Michael Weissenstein
5/1/17 Push and Pull on Cuba
The Editorial Board, New York Times
April 2017
Date Title
4/30/17 Cuban plane crashes, kills 8 troops on board, military says
AP, CBS News
4/30/17 Cuban activists fighting racism weigh their fragile relationship with the government
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
4/27/17 Want to Improve Border Security? Seek Better Relations with Cuba
Ted Piccone, The National Interest
4/26/17 Cuba weathers storm in Venezuela but future looks uncertain
Michael Weissenstein, Fox News
4/24/17 Engagement with Cuba Is a Bipartisan Issue
William M. Leogrande, Huffington Post
4/24/17 Growth returns to Caribbean Basin, but recovery is uneven
Jacqueline Charles and Mimi Whitefield
4/23/17 Cuba's slick TV channel that supports 'more revolution'
Will Grant, BBC
4/20/17 Cockfighting in Cuba: clandestine venues, state arenas
Sarah Marsh and Alexandre Meneghini, Reuters
4/19/17 Cuba and the Art of the Deal
William M. Leogrande and Marguerite Rose Jímenez, The American Conservative
4/11/17 Under Siege At Home, Venezuela’s Maduro Gets Support From Regional Allies In Cuba
NBC News
4/10/17 UN expert probes human trafficking in Cuba in milestone trip
AP, Washington Post
4/6/17 Cuba will open up to a U.N. human rights expert for first time in a decade
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
4/3/17 Cuban uses condoms, tropical fruit to make own brand of wine
Andrea Rodriguez, New York Times
4/2/17 What the tourist industry reveals about Cuba
The Economist
March 2017
Date Title
3/26/17 Cuba's secret negotiator with US was president's son: cardinal
AFP, YAHOO News
3/23/17 The next year will determine Raúl Castro’s economic legacy
Mimi Whitefield and Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
3/21/17 Rare poll finds Cuban citizens favor better US relations
Emily Swanson and Michael Weissenstein, Washington Post
3/21/17 Cuba starts offering home internet service, but few are buying
Fox News
3/16/17 Cuba offers Colombia 1,000 medical school scholarships
AP, Washington Post
3/14/17 Cuba tries to reboot its creaky state news apparatus
Michael Weissenstein, Washington Post
3/9/17 Nestle close to signing off on new factory in Cuba
Sarah Marsh, Globe and Mail
3/6/17 Cuba Kills Another Dissident
Mary Anastasia O'Grady, Wall Street Journal
3/6/17 Cuba’s Raul Castro blasts Trump’s Mexican wall and trade policy
Marc Frank, Reuters
3/5/17 Report: Cuba has kept drug trafficking, consumption in check
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
3/2/17 Preparing for a business career in Cuba takes persistence
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
3/2/17 Will Cuba embrace the internet revolution?
Will Grant, BBC
February 2017
January 2017
Date Title
1/30/17 Trump's Cuba Opportunity
1/30/17 Waiting for change in Cuba
John Caulfield, The Hill
1/29/17 Dumping medicine, faking patients: Cuban doctors describe a system that breeds fraud
Jim Wyss, Miami Herald
1/26/17 Cuba in the Age of Trump
Lauren Steele, Rolling Stone
1/26/17 Florida company gets OK to ship electric cars to Cuba
Melanie Zanona, The Hill
1/25/17 Cuba's Castro warns Trump to respect country's sovereignty
Nelson Acosta, Reuters
1/23/17 Bronx Museum Won’t Get Loan of Art From Cuba
Randy Kennedy
1/22/17 Artist 'El Sexto' walks out of prison in Cuba
Andrea Torres, WPLG
1/18/17 Artist jailed in Cuba since November for anti-Fidel Castro graffiti may be released Jan. 28
Elizabeth Llorente, Fox News
1/18/17 US, Mexico, Cuba ready to sign 'Doughnut Hole' deal in Gulf waters
Reuters, Fox News
1/17/17 Top diplomatic negotiator in Cuba warns Trump: 'aggression doesn't work'
Helen Yaffe, The Guardian
1/17/17 In final days, Obama administration signs law enforcement pact with Cuba
Gregory Korte, USA Today
1/16/17 Cuba’s Raul Castro Meets with U.S. Chamber of Commerce President
Reuters, Fortune
1/12/17 U.S. and Cuba meet to discuss human trafficking and confiscated property claims
Abel Fernández, Miami Herald
1/10/17 Cuba’s Budding Private Sector Looks Nervously to Future
Juan Forero, Wall Street Journal
1/9/17 Cuba, United States sign oil spill deal before Trump inauguration
Marc Frank, Reuters
1/9/17 Cuban American lost his business bid after obtaining permanent residence in Cuba
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
1/9/17 Eight Myths About Obama’s Opening To Cuba
William M. LeoGrande, Huffington Post
1/5/17 Former diplomats urge Trump to undo ‘unlawful’ Obama Cuba policy
Patricia Mazzei and Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
1/5/17 U.S. trade with Cuba figures don’t add up
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
1/2/17 Cuba marks anniversary of revolution with show of military strength
Reuters, The Guardian
December 2016
Date Title
12/28/16 Raul Castro pushes Cuba to welcome more foreign investment
Andrea Torres, Local 10
12/27/16 Cuba says economy shrank this year in tandem with Venezuela crisis
Sarah Marsh and Marc Frank, Reuters
12/27/16 Why Cuba's Muslim Population is Growing
Lucy Westcott, Newsweek
12/27/16 Cuba Bans Naming Statues Or Public Places After Fidel Castro
Reuters, Huffington Post
12/26/16 Cuban President Raul Castro Faces Deep Problems in 2017
Andrew Rodriguez, ABC News
12/21/16 Scott urges Castro to bring freedom, democracy to Cuba
Peter Burke, WPLG
12/19/16 Doing Business in a Post-Fidel Cuba
Pablo González AlonsoAlec Lee, Harvard Business Review
12/18/16 American attorney defending Cuban dissident artist arrested, foundation says
Alex Harris, Miami Herald
12/15/16 U.S., Cuba explore renewable energy options
Daniel J. Graeber, UPI
12/15/16 On 2nd anniversary, Cubans race to sign U.S. contracts to secure opening
Alan Gomez, USA Today
12/15/16 Cuba wants to pay off some of its Cold War debt in rum
Ishaan Tharoor
12/14/16 Cuba and Venezuela’s Ties of Solidarity Fray
Anatoly Kurmanaev, Wall Street Journal
12/13/16 Cuba, in Clothes
Chavie Lieber, Racked
12/12/16 Google, Cuba Sign Allowing Faster Access to Company's Data
Michael Weissenstein, ABC News
12/12/16 Trump Presidency ‘Will Not Affect in Any Way’ Relations Between EU and Cuba
Lawrence Norman, Wall Street Journal
12/11/16 Powerful anti-embargo Cuban Americans split over how close is too close to Castro regime
Patricia Mazzei, Miami Herald
12/8/16 Cuba’s Surge in Tourism Keeps Food Off Residents’ Plates
Azam Ahmed, New York Times
12/7/16 Will doors close on travel to Cuba?
Christopher Muther, Boston Globe
12/6/16 Cuba, U.S. to discuss detente in wake of Trump election
Sarah Marsh and Matt Spetalnick, Reuters
12/5/16 "Raúl Castro at Fidel’s final homage: ‘We vow to defend the homeland and socialism’"
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
12/4/16 Cuba tries to figure out political standing in Trump era
Patricia Mazzei and Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
12/4/16 Fidel Castro Laid to Rest in Cuba, Ending Nine Days of Mourning
Reuters, Fortune
12/1/16 The case for continued US-Cuba engagement
Alana Tummino, CNN
November 2016
Date Title
11/30/16 Cubans cheer Castro's ashes on last journey across island
Sarah Marsh and Diego Oré, Reuters
11/30/16 Who are the future leaders of communist Cuba?
Rick Jervis, USA Today
11/29/16 U.S. to send 2 representatives to Castro’s memorial
Patricia Mazzei and Vera Bergengruen
11/29/16 Threatening Cuba Will Backfire
The Editorial Board, The New York Times
11/29/16 After an artist is detained in Cuba for celebrating Castro’s death, little hope for change
Chabeli Herrera, Miami Herald
11/29/16 Leaders arrive in Cuba for Castro tributes
World Editors, USA Today
11/28/16 CUBA stock fund surges after Fidel Castro's death
Paul R. La Monica, CNN Money
11/28/16 Trump threatens to terminate US-Cuba thaw
BBC
11/28/16 US companies positioning for Cuba's rising fortunes after Fidel Castro
Heesun Wee, CNBC
11/27/16 Fidel Castro's death could ensure Obama's opening to Cuba survives
Tracy Wilkinson, Los Angeles Times
11/27/16 Fidel Castro death: Cuban dissidents call off weekly march
BBC
11/27/16 Cuba after Castro: How much change, and how quickly?
Carmen Sesin, CNBC
11/26/16 Fidel Castro, Cuba's leader of revolution, dies at 90
BBC
11/16/16 Trudeau says Canada’s stance on Cuba won’t change with Trump in White House
The Canadian Press, Toronto Star
11/15/16 The number of U.S. trademark registrations in Cuba is multiplying — fast
Abel Fernández, Miami Herald
11/13/16 What does a Trump presidency mean for US-Cuba relations?
Will Grant, BBC
11/13/16 A Trump attempt to reverse Obama’s Cuba policies could be complicated and costly
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
11/9/16 Cuba announces military exercises following Trump's win
BBC
11/7/16 Richard Feinberg analyzes a Cuban economy in transition
Mimi Whitefield
11/6/16 Cuba Rejects Ballyhooed Plan For A U.S. Factory On The Island
Tim Padgett, WLRN
11/2/16 How Cuba Plans to Speed Up Its Lagging Foreign Investment Drive
Reuters, Fortune
11/1/16 Cuba opens to world at Havana trade fair but few U.S. companies are present
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herlad
11/1/16 The missing business boom for U.S. companies in Cuba
AP, CBS News
11/1/16 Cuba controversy over local and Indian wages
Will Grant, BBC
October 2016
September 2016
Date Title
9/28/16 Cuba rejects Trump’s call for negotiations on human rights
Michael Weissenstein, Washington Post
9/26/16 A New Cuba
Jon Lee Anderson, The New Yorker
9/21/16 Trump's new Cuba position provokes anxiety on the island
Michael Weissenstein and Andrea Rodriguez, Fox News
9/18/16 Venezuela, Cuba warn of US intervention at Non-Aligned meet
AFP, YAHOO News
9/18/16 Cuba Fights Off Zika
Carrie Kahn, NPR
9/14/16 Cuba dissident: Fake site duped me into ending hunger strike
Michael Weissenstein and Andrea Rodriguez, Washington Post
9/14/16 Japanese PM to discuss North Korea, economic ties during rare Cuba trip
Kiyoshi Takenaka and Michael Martina, Reuters
9/14/16 Cuba Confounds the Online Travel Agents
Justin Bachman, Bloomberg
9/11/16 Ex-jailed American subcontractor: Cuba needs to join the 21st Century
Nora Gámez Torres, El Nuevo Herald
9/6/16 Cuba’s Hotel Challenges: A Guide to All the Projects in Process
Claire Boobbyear,Skift
9/5/16 Cuba government filtering mobile text messages, dissidents say
Marc Frank, Reuters
9/5/16 Mariel port head outlines Cuba’s long-term shipping prospects
Greg Miller, JOC
9/1/16 Cuba's Move Towards Organic Production, A Lesson to be Learned?
Rose Hayden-Smith, KCET
9/1/16 Cuba turns to foreign investors as cheap Venezuelan oil fades
Ezra Fieser and Vanessa Dezem, In Cuba Today
9/1/16 Brace yourself, Cuba, the Americans are coming
CBS News
August 2016
July 2016
Date Title
7/29/16 U.S. and Cuba Take Steps to Expedite Claims Process
Jay Solomon, Wall Street Journal
7/29/16 Cuba cruises on hold at Royal Caribbean
Tom Stieghorst, USA Today
7/27/16 Castro mediates Colombian peace deal - but won’t talk to Cuban dissidents
Andrés Oppenheimer, Miami Herald
7/26/16 Cuba: Open for Business?
Enrique J. Rueda-Sabater, Huffington Post
7/26/16 Venezuela’s economic woes send a chill over closest ally Cuba
Marc Frank, Financial Times
7/21/16 Cuba objects to U.S. lawmakers' attempts to stop flights
Sarah Marsh, Reuters
7/20/16 Cuban ambassador: Destroying revolution still U.S. goal
Franco Ordoñez, Miami Herald
7/18/16 Economic hardships in Cuba spark rumors of a new “Special Period”
Nora Gámez Torres, In Cuba Today
7/14/16 Cuban Economy Minister Marino Murillo is sacked
BBC
7/12/16 Cuba making it difficult for farmers to export coffee to the U.S.
Emily Williams, In Cuba Today
April 2016
Date Title
4/25/16 Updating the Party: Cuba’s New (and Not So New) Leaders
William LeoGrande, The Huffington Post
4/22/16 Cuba will allow Cuban-born to arrive on Carnival cruise ship
Douglas Hanks, The Miami Herald
4/22/16 Cuba to cut prices on some consumer goods at hard currency stores: workers
Reuters
4/21/16 Fidel Castro Urges Cuba's Communist Party to Fulfill His Vision
Michele Gorman, Newsweek
4/21/16 Top Cuban Academic and Advocate of Economic Reform Sacked for Allegedly Sharing Information with Americans
Andrea Rodriguez, AP
4/20/16 Cuba pops the bubble of high expectations
JP Rathbone and Marc Frank, Financial Times
4/20/16 Americans beware: Cuba is wholesaling visas, then refusing entry — no refunds
Fabiola Santiago, The Miami Herald
4/20/16 Cuba’s aging leaders to remain in power years longer
Michael Weissenstein, AP
4/20/16 Fidel Castro speaks of death in address to Cuba's Communist Party
Marc Frank, Reuters
4/19/16 Cuba calls Obama visit 'an attack' as Communists defend ideology
Reuters
4/19/16 Cuba’s Communist Party Congress wants change, but also more of the same
Mimi Whitefield, The Miami Herald
4/18/16 Seventh Communist Party Congress in Cuba Divides Work into Committees
Latin America Herald Tribune
4/17/16 Are Cuba's Communist Leaders Ready For Life Without Castro?
Carrie Kahn, NPR
4/16/16 Raúl Castro proposes age limits on key jobs in the CCP
Nora Gamez Torres, El Nuevo Herald
4/16/16 Castro Offers Tough Appraisal of Cuba’s Slow Progress on Economic Reforms
Jose de Cordoba, The Wall Street Journal
4/15/16 Post-Obama Visit, Cuba’s Communist Party to Signal Next Steps
Jose de Cordoba, The Wall Street Journal
4/13/16 What will happen at the VII Congress of the CCP?
Roberto Alvarez Quiñones, Diario de Cuba
4/12/16 Party Time In Cuba – With Marx, Not Mojitos. Here's What The Congress May Do
Tim Padgett, WLRN
4/8/16 Cuba's Future Economic Model in Spotlight at Party Congress
Associated Press
4/8/16 Fidel Castro, Cuba's reclusive former leader, makes a rare appearance
Reuters
4/7/16 Don’t expect the Cuban government to be grateful when the embargo lifts
John Carey, The Washington Post
4/1/16 Cuba After Obama Left
John Lee Anderson, The New Yorker
March 2016
February 2016
January 2016
Date Title
1/29/16 Peeling the Onion: U.S.-Cuba Economic Normalization
Margaret Crahan, The Huffington Post
1/26/16 Cuba still wary of U.S. telecom and Internet offers
Mimi Whitefield, The Miami Herald
1/21/16 In a reversal, Cuba tries price controls to tame food inflation
Reuters
1/19/16 Cuba's Raul Castro to visit France on Feb. 1
Reuters
1/11/16 U.S.-Cuba relations: Plenty to work on in 2016
Mimi Whitefield, The Miami Herald
December 2015
November 2015
Date Title
11/18/15 Cuba blames US for instigating surge of migrants from island
Javier Cordoba and Christine Armario, AP
11/11/15 Cuba, US could soon sign renew flights, mail: Havana
AFP
11/10/15 Fidel Castro’s son apparent target of newspaper column
Nora Gamez Torres, El Nuevo Herald
October 2015
September 2015
August 2015
Date Title
8/18/15 Cuba: Now comes the hard part
Carl Meacham, Politico
July 2015
June 2015
May 2015
April 2015
March 2015
Date Title
3/31/15 U.S. and Cuba to face off on human rights in Tuesday Washington meeting
Mimi Whitefield, The Miami Herald
3/23/15 Cuba flirts with free speech
Marc Frank, Financial Times
3/19/15 Questions Over US-Cuba Talks Amid Venezuela Dispute
Peter Orsi and Andrea Rodriguez, AP
3/19/15 Can the US-Cuba honeymoon last?
Howard LaFranchi, Christian Science Monitor
3/17/15 Row between US and Venezuela sees Cuba caught in the middle
Nick Miroff, The Washington Post
3/17/15 North Korea, Cuba in 'same trench' against US: minister
AFP
3/16/15 Cuba, U.S. Renew Talks On Restoring Diplomatic Ties
Daniel Trotta, Reuters
3/13/15 Cuba Allows Rare Free Public Wi-Fi at Havana Cultural Center
AP
3/13/15 Third round of U.S.-Cuba talks set in Havana
Mimi Whitefield, The Miami Herald
3/3/15 Young Cuban Artists Testing the Boundaries of Dissent
Tracy Wilkinson, L.A. Times
3/2/15 Obama hopes for U.S. embassy in Cuba before April summit in Panama
Jeff Mason, Reuters
3/2/15 Cuba signals readiness to fast-track U.S. diplomatic ties
David Adams and Daniel Trotta, Reuters
3/1/15 Red flags in Cuba slow investment
Alan Gomez and Rick Jervis, USA TODAY
February 2015
January 2015
Date Title
1/30/15 White House: No, Castro, you can't have Guantanamo back
Jim Acosta, CNN
1/28/15 Outside Havana, a less sunny view of new U.S.-Cuba ties
Rick Jervis, USA Today
1/28/15 Cuba's Castro warns U.S. against meddling in internal affairs
Enrique Pretel, Reuters
1/24/15 As normalization talks begin, Cubans begin anticipating changes to come
Karen DeYoung, Washington Post
1/23/15 U.S. presses Cuba on human rights in talks on restoring ties
Daniel Trotta and Lesley Wroughton, Reuters
1/23/15 U.S. says mistrust must be overcome to restore Cuba ties
Lesley Wroughton and Daniel Trotta, Reuters
1/22/15 U.S. and Cuba Set to Discuss Diplomatic Ties
Randal Archibold, The New York Times
1/20/15 US delegation meets with Cuban officials, not Castro
Michael Weissenstein, AP
1/20/15 Lawmakers tout 'historic' new relationship with Cuba
Patrick Oppmann, CNN
1/14/15 Give U.S. and Cuba space to negotiate: OAS chief
Lesley Wroughton, Reuters
1/8/15 A View From Havana on Cuban-U.S. Relations
Miriam Lieva, The Huffington Post
1/2/15 Air of non-hostile hostilities in Cuba may be changing for U.S. diplomats
Joshua Partlow, The Washington Post
December 2014
Date Title
12/31/14 U.S. condemns Cuba's 'practice of repressing' after activists detained
Daniel Trotta, Reuters
12/16/14 Building the new Cuban economy
Mimi Whitfield, Miami Herald
November 2014
Date Title
11/12/14 Senators: We're Optimistic Cuba to Free Contractor
AP, ABC News
11/10/14 Cuba’s Slave Trade in Doctors
Mary O'Grady, The Wall Street Journal
11/4/14 Cuban Government and USAID, a Fraught Relationship
Yoani Sanchez, The Huffington Post
October 2014
Date Title
10/29/14 Cuba tries to drive up fertility amid baby slump
AP, The Washington Post
10/16/14 Cuba to introduce modern, more secure ID cards
EFE
10/15/14 Still Pondering U.S.-Cuba Relations, Fidel Castro Responds
Ernesto Lodoño, The New York Times
10/15/14 Fidel Castro reprints NY Times embargo editorial
AP, The Washington Post
10/7/14 New book unveils diplomatic exchange between Castro and Obama
Nora Gamez Torres, El Nuevo Herald
September 2014
Date Title
9/30/14 Six Lessons for Obama on How to Improve Relations With Cuba
William LeoGrande and Peter Kornbluth, The Nation
9/30/14 Cuba asked for $55 mln, assets to release Canadian CEO -company
Allison Martell and Daniel Trotta, Reuters
9/10/14 Cuba estimates total damage of U.S. embargo at $116.8 billion
Daniel Trotta, Reuters
9/5/14 Member of Cuba 5 says he’s optimistic about deal
AP, The Washington Post
August 2014
Date Title
8/19/14 A Castro breaks tradition with ‘no’ vote in Cuba
AP, The Washington Post
8/14/14 Cuba marks Castro's 88th with tributes, photo show
Peter Orsi, El Nuevo Herald
July 2014
Date Title
7/28/14 Cuba Celebrates 61st Anniversary Of Castro's Revolution With Call For Unity
AP, Fox News Latino
7/22/14 No Protests on the Streets of Cuba
Yoani Sanchez, The Huffington Post
7/11/14 US, Cuba hold migration talks in Washington
AP, Miami Herald
7/8/14 Sen. Robert Menendez seeks probe of alleged Cuban plot to smear him
Carol D. Leonnig and Manuel Roig-Franzia, The Washington Post
7/8/14 Cuba prosecutes Canadian after he denounced corruption - company
Daniel Trotta, Reuters
June 2014
Date Title
6/30/14 The Party and the Army: Civil-Military Relations in Cuba
William LeoGrande, Huffington Post
May 2014
April 2014
Date Title
4/9/14 Cuba shows concern over American's hunger strike
Associated Press
March 2014
Date Title
3/19/14 Castro son-in-law promoted to general
MiamiHerald.com
3/16/14 Cuba prepares for Venezuela disruptions
MiamiHerald.com
February 2014
Date Title
2/13/14 Time to hug a Cuban
The Economist
2/10/14 AP news agency removes 'altered' Fidel Castro photos
BBC News
January 2014
December 2013
November 2013
Date Title
11/11/13 Cuban diplomats visited South Florida
MiamiHerald.com
October 2013
September 2013
August 2013
July 2013
June 2013
May 2013
April 2013
March 2013
February 2013
January 2013
December 2012
November 2012
October 2012
September 2012
August 2012
July 2012
June 2012
May 2012
April 2012
March 2012
February 2012
January 2012
December 2011
November 2011
Date Title
11/26/11 Cyber commandos spill phone numbers of top Cuban officials
Juan Tamayo, El Nuevo Herald
11/19/11 Amid economic reforms, Cuba goes after corruption
The Huffington Post
11/15/11 Cuban oil project fuels US anxieties
BBC News
11/11/11 Cuba Pol Cool to Talk of Release, Swap for US Man
The New York Times
11/9/11 Cuban Official Says Corruption Crackdown to Go On
International Herald Tribune - The New York Times (Global Edition)
11/5/11 Castro critica derroche en empresas estatales cubanas
El Universal
October 2011
September 2011
Date Title
9/30/11 Exclusive - Cuban Government Set for Broad Reorganization
9/30/11 Cuba closes once powerful sugar ministry
Marc Frank, Reuters
9/29/11 Fidel Castro Lashes Out at Obama, U.S. Policy
9/29/11 Fidel Castro criticizes Obama for comments on Cuba policy, calls US leader 'stupid'
9/27/11 Cuba Seeks Normalization With US
Associated Press
9/27/11 Cuba blasts US at UN meeting
Stewart Stogel, Miami Herald
9/26/11 Cuba pide en la ONU avanzar para normalizar relaciones con EE.UU.
9/26/11 Cuba Seeks Normalization With US
9/26/11 Fidel Castro Calls Obama U.N. Speech 'Gibberish'
9/26/11 Fidel Castro Calls Obama U.N. Speech 'Gibberish'
Reuters
9/26/11 Cuban Minister Leaves a Door Open to American’s Release
Randal C. Archibold, The New York Times
9/21/11 Cuba investigates, shuts down Canadian firms
Juan Tamayo, El Nuevo Herald
9/16/11 Richardson aide says Cuba sent him clear message on jailed American, then backtracked
Associated Press
9/16/11 Americans and Cubans Still Mired in Distrust
Damien Cave, New York Times
9/16/11 Cuba accuses Bill Richardson over Alan Gross visit
BBC News
9/15/11 Cuba Blames Failed Richardson Trip on His Actions
By Jeff Franks, Reuters
9/14/11 US envoy Richardson to leave Cuba without seeing Gross
BBC News
9/13/11 Magazine ranks Raúl Castro as 4th worst dictator
By Juan Tamayo, The Miami Herald
9/13/11 Spy Wants Return to Cuba After Prison, US Objects
Associated Press
9/13/11 Cuba Dissidents Freed After Weekend Detention
Associated Press
9/9/11 Hopes Cool for Freedom of American Jailed in Cuba
Associated Press
9/8/11 Cuba’s next Defense Minister a puzzle
By Juan Tamayo, The Miami Herald
9/7/11 Journalists: Raúl Castro tightens screws in Cuba
By Juan Tamayo, The Miami Herald
9/6/11 Cuba denies it is targeting dissidents
By Juan Tamayo, The Miami Herald
9/5/11 Cuba’s Fidel Castro stays out of the spotlight, prompting renewed rumors of health problems
Associated Press
9/5/11 Julio Casas Regueiro, Cuba’s Defense Chief, Dies at 75
By Victoria Burnett, New York Times
9/5/11 Cuba revokes accreditation of Spanish journalist, claiming bias and negative reporting
Associated Press
9/5/11 Cuba Withdraws Ambassador From Libya
Associated Press
9/3/11 Cuban defense minister dies at 75
AP
9/2/11 Fidel Castro silence sparks speculation on health
By Paul Haven, Associated Press
9/1/11 Cuba steps up attacks on dissidents, activists say
CNN
August 2011
Date Title
8/31/11 Web rumor on Fidel Castro’s death catches on
By Alfonso Chardy, The Miami Herald
8/24/11 Raul Castro Showing Impatience at Slow Reform Pace
Reuters
8/22/11 Cuba rejects continued inclusion on US terror list
Associated Press
8/22/11 Ladies in White attacked in Cuba, most violent since spring
By Juan Tamayo, The Miami Herald
8/22/11 The Stomachs of Strongmen
Ann Louise Bardach, The New York Times
8/19/11 Debate in Cuba, Skeptics & Content
By Harolodo Alfonso, Havana Times
8/15/11 Is Cuba Going Capitalist?
By Mary O'Grady, Wall Street Journal
8/12/11 Cuba's Fading Fidel Castro Turns 85 on Saturday
Reuters
8/9/11 Corruption again alleged in Cuba
Juan Tamayo, Miami Herald
8/5/11 Cuban Court Upholds Sentence for Jailed American
Reuters
July 2011
June 2011
Date Title
6/27/11 Cuban cardinal pushed to close critical magazine
By Juan Tamayo, The Miami Herald
6/22/11 Cuba audit finds mixed report on corruption
By Juan Tamayo, The Miami Herald
6/20/11 In Cuba, Castro's communist hard-liners dash hopes of reform
By John Hughes, The Christian Science Monitor
6/6/11 Raul Castro turns 80 with little fanfare
Peter Orsi, El Nuevo Herald
6/3/11 Raul Castro says he's better off than many at 60
Peter Orsi, Miami Herald
May 2011
April 2011
Date Title
4/29/11 Report: A leader of Cuba’s cigar industry arrested
Juan Tamayo, Miami Herald
4/26/11 Raul Castro’s same old Cuba
Editorial Opinion, Washington Post
4/26/11 Cuba's next revolution
Editorial Opinion, Los Angeles Times
4/25/11 Cuba libre?
John Paul Rathbone and Marc Frank, Financial Times
4/21/11 Raul Castro: Be patient for generational change
Paul Haven, AP
4/21/11 Cuban Congress an ‘indictment of past 50 years’
Marifeli Perez-Stable, Miami Herald
4/21/11 Castro hails 'new generation' of Cuba leaders, but appoints old guard
Sara Miller Llana, Christian Science Monitor
4/20/11 Cuba's New Guard Borrows From the Old Guard
Nicholas Casey, The Wall Street Journal
4/20/11 Fidel Castro officially removed as head of Cuban Communist Party
Tracy Wilkinson, Los Angeles Times
4/20/11 Fidel not included in Cuban leadership
Paul Haven, The Washington Times
4/20/11 Cuba Lays Foundation for a New Leader
Randal C. Archibold, The New York Times
4/19/11 Cuban Communist Party begins voting on leadership
Juan Tamayo, El Nuevo Herald
4/19/11 A historical look at the Cuban Communist Party Congress
Frances Robles, Miami Herald
4/18/11 Cuba's Communist Party approves sweeping changes
Peter Orsi, AP
4/18/11 Ageing Cuban leadership seeks new blood
Marc Frank, Financial Times
4/16/11 Cuba's Castro proposes setting limits for public office
Shasta Darlington, CNN
4/15/11 Critical Communist Party Congress begins Saturday in Cuba
Juan Tamayo, El Nuevo Herald
4/15/11 Cuba gears up for key Communist summit
AP
4/13/11 Cuban Communist Party congress looks to future
Jeff Franks, Reuters
4/11/11 50 years after Bay of Pigs, Cuba eyes new course
Isabel Sanchez, AFP
4/11/11 US-Cuba anniversary shows how stuck ties are
Lachlan Carmichael, AP
March 2011
February 2011
Date Title
2/8/11 Cuba unblocks access to controversial blog
Reuters
2/8/11 Internet critic is identified in Cuba
Juan Tamayo, El Nuevo Herald
2/1/11 Cuba hands out sentences in mental hospital deaths
Andrea Rodrigues, Miami Herald
January 2011
Date Title
1/28/11 Cuba fueled by corruption, says US Interests Section
Juan Jesus Aznarez, El Pais
1/24/11 Leaked cable: Cuba a nation on the take
Juan Tamayo, El Nuevo Herlad
1/18/11 Cuba Isn't Happy With Obama's New Travel Edict
Paul Haven, The Huffington Post
1/17/11 Cuba says travel changes not enough
Paul Haven, Miami Herald
1/6/11 Cuba announces changes in its Cabinet
AP, The Washington Post
1/6/11 Economic reforms could hurt Castros
Juan Carlos Chavez, Miami Herald
December 2010
Date Title
12/17/10 Cuba sought `secret channel' to U.S.
Juan Tamayo, Miami Herald
12/16/10 Alan Gross: a victim of U.S. policy on Cuba
Anya Landau French and Arturo Lopez-Levy, Baltimore Sun
12/16/10 US doesn't expect Cuba upheaval with Castro death
AP
12/8/10 Cuba's Jewish hostage
Editorial, Washington Post
12/7/10 Cuban leader reaches out to religion amid tense times
Juan Tamayo, El Nuevo Herald
12/2/10 Cuba begins public debate on economic reforms
BBC
November 2010
Date Title
11/29/10 Evolution of Cuban revolution
Christian Science Monitor
11/28/10 As Fidel Castro and his Cuban revolution fade, is Cuba rising?
Sara Miller Llana, Christian Science Monitor
11/24/10 Fidel Castro: Barack Obama Is 'The Best Snake Charmer' Who Ever Lived
Huffington Post
11/22/10 As Cuba cuts back, security appears to grow
Juan Tamayo, El Nuevo Herald
11/16/10 Castro urges embrace of economic changes
Juan Tamayo, Miami Herald
11/10/10 Havana frees up markets -- with a caveat
Juan Tamayo, Miami Herald
11/9/10 Cuba to chart economic future at party congress
AP, Boston Globe
11/8/10 Release of 11 draws parallels to Mariel
Juan Tamayo, Miami Herald
11/4/10 Cuba's new seminary `a future for church'
Jaweed Kaleem, Miami Herald
11/1/10 Cuba faces looming deadline for prisoner release
Paul Haven, Miami Herald
October 2010
Date Title
10/29/10 Cuba asks Spain to help `counter lies' in media
Juan Tamayo, Miami Herald
10/22/10 Questions, but no answers yet
Paul Webster Hare, Miami Herald
10/19/10 Cuba, U.S. talk on jailed American
Juan Tamayo, Miami Herald
September 2010
Date Title
9/29/10 Castro recycles '60 speech
Washington Times
9/29/10 Castro address tens of thousands for over an hour
Will Weissert, AP
9/23/10 Cuba offers 19 ways Obama can loosen US embargo
Andrea Rodriguez, AP
9/20/10 Cuban minister sacked amid policy changes
Isabel Sanchez, AFP
9/19/10 Cuba's Castro learns what most of us already knew
George Will, Washington Post
9/19/10 Cuba's tailspin into the `free' market
Editorial Opinion, Miami Herald
9/17/10 Cuba offers 19 ways Obama can loosen US embargo
Andrea Rodriguez, Miami Herald
9/16/10 Expert: Cuba in first phase of de-Fidelization
Carol Rosenberg and Frances Robles, Miami Herald
9/15/10 The 'de-Fidelization' of Cuba has begun
Carol Rosenberg, Miami Herald
9/15/10 Cuba says U.S. embargo has toughened under Obama
Nelson Acosta, Reuters
9/15/10 Document charts Cuba's path to economic reform
Paul Haven and Andrea Rodriguez, AP
9/14/10 Cuba's leaders lay out details for layoffs
Andrea Rodriguez, AP
9/14/10 To Cuba's failures
Carlos Alberto Montaner, Miami Herald
9/10/10 Castro `Amused' at How Remark on Cuban Economic Model Was Interpreted
Blake Schmidt, Bloomberg News
9/10/10 Good news and bad news on the Castro front
Al Kamen, Washington Post
9/9/10 Castro Comment on Cuba Model Not Working May Signal More Economic Opening
Charlie Devereux and Bob Willis, Bloomberg
9/9/10 Fidel Castro: Cuba's economic model is broken
Jim Wuss and Luisa Yanez, Miami Herald
9/9/10 Iranians unaware Castro has taken up their cause
Paul Haven and Nasser Karimi, Miami Herald
9/9/10 Case of detained American hampers U.S. effort to ease Cuba ties
Bob Drogin, Los Angeles Times
9/8/10 Fidel: 'Cuban Model Doesn't Even Work For Us Anymore'
Jeffrey Goldberg, The Atlantic
9/8/10 Report: Castro blasts Ahmadinejad as anti-Semitic
Will Weissert, Miami Herald
9/3/10 Fidel Castro, Internet junkie
Editorial, Los Angeles Times
9/3/10 Small signal, big meaning? Castro in military duds
Paul Haven, Miami Herald
9/1/10 Cuban court to consider suit against Ministry of Justice
Juan Tamayo, Miami Herald
9/1/10 New photos show Fidel Castro with US journalist
Will Weissert, Miami Herald
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