Just what this new constitution portends is unclear. But spare a ration of pity for President Miguel Diaz-Canel. Since taking office last April, he has been tasked improbably with peddling change as continuity and, at the same time, continuity as a new revolution.

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8/31/18 Cuba hardliner to be elevated to key White House post on Latin America
Franco Ordóñez, McClatchy DC Bureau
8/30/18 This Florida murder case was tried in Cuba. And local prosecutors got to watch
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
8/30/18 This Florida murder case was tried in Cuba. And local prosecutors got to watch
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
8/30/18 U.S. says Cuba is safer now, but there are still plenty of rules for traveling Americans
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
8/30/18 Cold War 2018? North Korea and China Build Relations with Cuba
Tom O'Connor, Newsweek
8/27/18 Current Record
8/24/18 U.S. State Department softens travel advisory on Cuba
8/24/18 Why Cuba’s Missing Out on Asia’s Big-Spending Tourists
Kristine Servando, Bloomberg
8/22/18 Trump administration detains Cuban reporter who says he’s accused of being U.S. agent
Franco Ordoñez, Miami Herald
8/22/18 U.S. Government Has Plans to Spread Hidden Facebook Propaganda in Cuba
Jerry Iannelli, Miami New Times
8/22/18 U.S. Coast Guard intercepts boat with 21 Cubans
Andrea Torres, WPLG Local 10
8/20/18 Cuba's Legal Landscape Quiet Amid Obstacles on Both Sides
Dan Packel, Daily Business Review
8/20/18 Cuban farmers shrug off promise of private ownership
Chris Arsenault, Thomson Reuters Foundation
8/20/18 In fatal car-crash case, mystery witness gets to testify by WhatsApp — from Cuba
David Ovalle, Miami Herald
8/20/18 New report details impact of a stripped-down U.S. Embassy in Havana after health incidents
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
8/17/18 For 9 Hours, Cubans Got Internet in an Unusual Place: Everywhere
Sandra E. Garcia, The New York Times
8/16/18 Cuba and Canada Sign Agreement to Fight Sex Trafficking
Associated Press
8/16/18 He fled to Cuba to escape a Florida murder rap. His conviction took place in a Cuban court.
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
8/16/18 U.S. limits diplomatic tours in Cuba following mysterious illnesses
Nahal Toosi, POLITICO
8/15/18 Cuba begins public debate on modernizing Cold War-era constitution
Marc Frank, Reuters
8/15/18 10 surprising things discovered from Team USA baseball’s visit to Cuba last month
Walter Villa, Miami Herald
8/15/18 Cuban 'acoustic attack' report on US diplomats flawed, say neurologists
Ian Sample, The Guardian
8/15/18 Cubans cheer as internet goes nationwide for a day
8/13/18 Contradictory policies mean one step forward and one step back for Cuba’s ailing economy
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
8/13/18 Cuba charges leading dissident with attempted murder
Marc Frank, Reuters
8/10/18 Amnesty urges Cuba to allow access to detained dissident
The Associated Press
8/8/18 Cuba Sweetens Land Grant Program for Farmers
Marc Frank, Reuters
8/8/18 Will Cuba’s New Constitution Bring Major Changes?
Latin American Advisor, The Dialogue
8/6/18 Cuba invites exiles to take part in debate for proposed changes to island’s Constitution
Nora Gámez Torres, Miami Herald
8/3/18 New Cuba regulations for private enterprise on the island have a long list of don’ts
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
8/2/18 Cuba plans 135,000 meetings to get public feedback on its proposed constitution
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald