Five days of interesting activities with a central focus on the effects of the blockade on the health of all the Cuban people.
IPS joins several organizations in inviting you to this second of an annual series that will, this year, look at the life of Fidel Castro.
A film followed by a discussion on one of the only two issues standing in the way of the normalization in U.S.-Cuban relations.
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to learn what’s really happening in Cuba on the heels of President Obama’s visit.
The Institute for Policy Studies proudly joins endorsers of an historic visit and speaking engagement with Kenia Serrano Puig, President of the Cuban Institute for Friendship with the Peoples (ICAP) and Parliamentarian in Cuba’s National Assembly.
Join and participate in presentations, performances, and discussions about completing the normalization of relations between the U.S. and Cuba and how you can help make it final.
Besieged territory struggles to recover from last year’s attacks, despite pledges of aid.
The Institute for Policy Studies proudly joins this cutting edge multi-media forum with experts who have young vibrancy, experience and serious analysis on what the current U.S.-Cuba policy changes mean.
You’re invited to a formal discussion panel on US-Cuban relations by the Alternative Break Program.
Two Massachusetts men anchor lobster boat in Mount Hope Bay, call for immediate coal plant shutdown to avert climate change catastrophe
John Kerry may have bungled the lessons of Vietnam on Iraq, but when it comes to Cuba, he’s gotten the message.
You’re invited to the Fall meeting of the National Network on Cuba and dialogue with groups from around the U.S. involved in solidarity work with Cuba.
Back in DC by popular demand, see the film by IPS Fellow Saul Landau, that vividly documents the history of U.S. – Cuba relations, including the fact that the United States sponsors terrorism.
New Internationalism director breaks down the how the revolutionary process in Egypt has met its match in the power struggles over the Egypt-Gaza border.
“The U.N. General Assembly voted overwhelming to condemn almost a half-century of U.S. sanctions against Cuba, demanding an end to what member states say is a Cold War anachronism that only hurts ordinary people.” -Anita Snow, Associated Press