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...



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Date Title
1/26/15 The agenda in Cuba
Editorial Opinion, The Miami Herald
1/26/15 Tech eyes Cuban payda
Julian Hattem, The Hill
1/24/15 As normalization talks begin, Cubans begin anticipating changes to come
Karen DeYoung, Washington Post
1/24/15 Jacobson: Much riding on efforts to restore relations with Cuba
Mimi Whitefield, The Miami Herald
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 Havana: U.S. immigration policy for Cubans needs to change
Mimi Whitefield, The Miami Herald
1/22/15 U.S. and Cuba Set to Discuss Diplomatic Ties
Randal Archibold, The New York Times
1/22/15 Miami-Dade commission asks Congress to revise Cuban Adjustment Act
Patricia Mazzei, Miami Herald Blog
1/22/15 A Better Cuba is More Possible Than Ever
Pedro Campos, 14yMedio
1/21/15 Cuba embargo was ‘long past expiration date,’ president tells Congress
Tim Devaney, The Hill
1/21/15 U.S. Sets a Priority in Cuba: Open Internet
Kejal Vyas, WSJ
1/20/15 60% of Americans Approve of Diplomatic Recognition of Cuba
Carrie Dann, NBC News
1/20/15 Obama to Tell Congress Lifting Cuba Embargo Is the Right Thing to Do
Jim Avila and Serena Marshall, ABC News
1/20/15 US delegation meets with Cuban officials, not Castro
Michael Weissenstein, AP