Tagged: Cuban Revolution
One of the things that made Castro a giant was that he knew it wasn’t just about him, he prepared the people to be in charge in his absence, Freeman said.
IPS scholars James Early and Netfa Freeman talk about how new diplomatic relations with Cuba give us a chance to see the response from the Cuban people and move forward in the battle to end the embargo.
IPS policy analyst Netfa Freeman demystifies much of what has been said about Obama’s visit to Cuba, from the perspective of one friendly to the Cuban Revolution.
IPS Board Member James Early and Alex Main delve into the risk-benefit analysis of Cuba opening up to the United States
A discussion on the contemporary dynamics of this revolutionary experiments 90 miles away from the United States.
This Landau film for the month of September looks at Fidel Castro's nationalist revolution, 30 years after power was seized.
The exiles and government officials who upbraid him have yet to thank Fidel for providing them with long-term employment.
In the first entry on a two-part series, we look at how Cuban leaders could forge a new environmental mission in 2012.
Institute for Policy Studies will highlight the importance of July 26th for Cuba by showing two recent and cutting-edge films about the island and its history with the United States.
Saul Landau's film about this important Latin American political actor will be preserved through a grant by the National Film Preservation Foundation.