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Why Treaty Protection Is Needed for Migratory Pollinators by Meena Miriam Yust For hundreds of years we have had treaties protecting migratory birds who traverse countries, but no similar protections for non-feathered fliers who also cross borders. Imagine a state…
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U.S. organizations like the National Endowment for Democracy and USAID have meddled in other countries’ affairs since their founding at the height of the Cold War Masked individuals, armed with homemade mortars and bazookas, block avenues, close the main streets,…
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Fidel’s Cuba takes on the impossible A reflection on the occasion of Fidel’s birthday – August 13, the 92nd anniversary of his birth – and a life well lived Life seems short to humans. We are but specks of light…
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The United States’ new strategy and the approach toward Our America Author: Abel González Santamaría | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Less than a year after entering the White House, President Donald Trump announced the new National Security Strategy of the United States on…
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Cuba’s extraordinary global medical record shames the US blockade Seumas Milne @seumasmilne From Ebola to earthquakes, Havana’s doctors have saved millions. Obama must lift this embargo Four months into the internationally declared Ebola emergency that has devastated west Africa, Cuba…
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Nicaragua,Venezuela: One Enemy, One Fight For Democracy By: Tortilla Con Sal, 26 May 2018 All the signs are that – just as in Venezuela – people at the grassroots level in Nicaragua won't get fooled again. Bolivia, Cuba, Nicaragua and…
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The Blockade

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THE BLOCKADE The US blockade or ‘el bloqueo’ as it is known in Cuba – is a collection of US laws and legislation which restricts Cuba's ability to have trade and normal relations with the US, and in some cases,…
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The Miami Five

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THE MIAMI FIVE – A HISTORY OF THE INTERNATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR FIVE CUBANS IMPRISONED IN THE US FOR FIGHTING TERRORISM The Miami Five are Gerardo Hernández, Ramón Labañino, Antonio Guerrero, Fernando González and René González, five Cubans unjustly imprisoned in…
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