The U.S. State Department is investigating whether a ‘sonic attack’ experienced by a U.S. government employee in China mimics the ones experienced by U.S. diplomats in Cuba. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said yesterday that the incident in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou is “very similar” and “entirely consistent” with what happened in Havana. […]
It’s not easy raising children in Cuba. Private daycares may make it easier for parents to balance work and family.
Hurricanes and droughts add to Cuba’s struggles to generate water for the people who bolster its economy.
As Latin American countries condemn Nicolás Maduro’s power grabs, Cuba stands by its embattled ally
Johns Hopkins University Professor Dr. Peter Agre has spent years collaborating with his Cuban counterparts on tropical disease research.
Recovery efforts were relatively fast in Havana. Now business owners urge visitors to see Cuba up and running.
Cuba denied involvement in alleged attacks that left Americans with symptoms such as hearing loss and concussions.
It would be a serious blunder to cut ties with Cuba again without good cause.
Minnesota Lt. Gov. Tina Smith says there has never been a better time for U.S.-Cuba engagement.
Huddleston discusses her relationship with Fidel Castro, the Elián González custody saga and the impacts of President Trump’s Cuba policy.
Turkey-based Global Ports Holding has won a 15-year contract with Cuba’s Aries Transport to operate the Havana cruise port. The agreement commences June 21, with built-in incentives based on passenger growth. GPH will also work with its Cuban partners to design new cruise terminals at the port, which it will market and manage. The port […]
Vietnam’s Foreign Investment Agency (FIA) reports that Cuba is now the third biggest international destination for Vietnamese enterprises after Laos and Cambodia. Despite the geographical distance, Vietnamese firms registered to invest $19.9 million in Cuba in the first trimester of 2018, according to FIA. Projects include oil and gas exploration, and diaper and washing powder production […]
The United Nations Human Rights Council yesterday listened to statements made by Cuba, the U.S., and some 140 other countries as it prepares a report on human rights in the Cuba. The council periodically reviews human rights records in all of the U.N.’s 193 members; this year it is reviewing 14 nations, including Cuba. The […]
Unable to produce sufficient oil for export from its own reserves, Venezuela has been buying Russian crude oil and shipping it directly to Cuba, according to an exclusive report by Reuters. The news service documented purchases of some $440 million worth of Russian Urals crude by Venezuela, which it then delivered to Cuba for prices […]
Increased demand for travel to Cuba has led Royal Caribbean to increase the size of the vessel it uses to sail from the Port of Tampa. Royal Caribbean is bringing The Majesty of the Seas to Tampa, port officials announced yesterday. The Majesty carries 2,350 passengers, an increase of 500 passengers per trip compared to […]
In a show of unity, Raúl Castro stood side by side with Cuba’s new President, Miguel Díaz-Canel, during the annual May Day festivities. May Day is celebrated in socialist countries worldwide in support of workers. One of the key speakers at the rally, where hundreds of thousands paraded through Revolution Square, was Ulises Guilarte of […]
American farm income has stagnated for three years in a row and needs new export markets, say U.S. Congressmen from Kansas and Arkansas. Opening up the $2 billion food market in Cuba would bring immediate benefits to states such as Kansas and Arkansas, with sales of wheat, rice and corn. Kansas would see an additional […]
Reaffirming the alliance between Cuba and Venezuela, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro became the first foreign leader to meet with Miguel Diaz-Canel, Cuba’s new president. Diaz-Canel was sworn in as president Thursday. Maduro flew to Havana the following day to congratulate Diaz-Canel, meeting with him formally on Saturday. The two nations have been strategic allies since […]