For a brief and shinning moment, it seemed that Cuba had unblocked access to several websites censored for years because of their criticisms of the government, including the U.S. government’s Radio/TV Marti.

And it wasn’t even April Fools’ Day.

On Thursday afternoon, Cuba’s Web surfers began noticing that they had access to Radio/TV Marti; Cubanet in Miami, which publishes work by independent and dissident journalists; and the Spain-based Cubaencuentro, also critical of the government...

Recent Articles

Date Title
11/30/15 Time to Bring Cuba Online
Editorial Board, The New York Times
11/30/15 Keep the Cuban Adjustment Act, but clamp down on its abusers
Carlos Curbelo, The Miami Herald
11/24/15 A clash between U.S./Cuban migration laws contributes to Central America refugee crisis
Mimi Whitefield, The Miami Herald
11/24/15 Social media helps drive historic Cuban exodus to US
Michael Weissenstein, AP
11/23/15 Thousands of Cuban migrants stuck at Nicaraguan border in limbo amid political impasse
Jim Wyss, The Miami Herald
11/21/15 Old Havana reflects a new era of physical, social change in Cuba
Paul Guzzo, The Tampa Tribune
11/20/15 US travelers in Cuba can now use Stonegate Bank debit cards
Nicholas Nehamas, The Miami Herald
11/20/15 Marco Rubio on his Cuban roots, island's future
Julie Pace, AP
11/20/15 Central American leaders to mediate dispute over Cuban migrants
Esteban Felix, AP
11/18/15 Voters in four 'heartland' states favor Obama policy on Cuba: poll Read
Daniel Trotta, Reuters
11/18/15 Why Wall Street Sees Cash in Cuban TV
Charlie Gasparino, Fox Business
11/18/15 Cuba blames US for instigating surge of migrants from island
Javier Cordoba and Christine Armario, AP
11/17/15 Cuban Adjustment Act inextricably tied to the embargo
Ricardo Herrero, El Nuevo Herald
11/17/15 From Hershey, PA to Hershey, Cuba
Michael Maisel, The Huffington Post
11/17/15 Emerging Innovation: How Cuba’s Creative Voices are Conquering Constraints
Nick Parish, Next Practice