The E.U. is hoping to restore full bilateral ties with the communist-led island
The former leader of Cuba attends the opening of an art studio
Cuban boy whose custody case drew headlines around the world
Privately run establishments had been skirting law by serving snacks and refreshments
The unification of the two currencies is expected to be a gradual process that could take up to 18 months.
As far as the Internet goes, Cuba is the Western Hemisphere’s last frontier. Despite the island nation’s proximity to Florida — just 90 miles away — and the existence of a fully functioning fiber-optic cable linked up to Venezuela, only 25% of the population is online, according to last year’s government statistics, which are …
By all accounts, the world tour of Cuban dissident Yoani Sánchez, which shifts today from the U.S. to Europe, has so far proven a Buena Vista Social Club-caliber success. For those weary of the feckless, half-century-long …
Poet Richard Blanco, who will read at the inauguration, represents the new face of America—and Cuban-America
Raúl Castro’s decision this week to let Cubans travel freely outside their communist island is a reminder of the jaded cold-war policies Washington and Havana adopted after the 1962 U.S.-Soviet standoff
Cuba is a fitting setting for the upcoming peace talks between the Colombian government and Marxist guerrillas – if only because it’s a cautionary example for both the right and the left in Latin America.
The untimely death of Oswaldo Payá leaves Cuba bereft of a charismatic dissident who sought a middle path between the hardline dogmas of both his country’s communist rulers and right-wing exiles abroad