Tagged: Fidel Castro
Mandela's first visit to the U.S. in 1990s revealed how much America had yet to learn about the anti-apartheid leader who had captured the nation's imagination.
Cuban national, now out of U.S. prison, speaks of his terrorism charges, false imprisonment at press conference to announce beginning of "Five Days for the Cuban 5" in Washington DC
The opportunity to redesign U.S. policy towards Cuba will not last forever.
Moving toward a comprehensive policy of engagement with Cuba is in the national interest of the United States--and is certainly in the best interests of Alan Gross.
The Cuban missile crisis was started by imperial jockeying and resolved by genuine diplomacy.
The exiles and government officials who upbraid him have yet to thank Fidel for providing them with long-term employment.
The Saul Landau Film for the month of March, "Fidel" provides a unique 1968 view of Cuba’s leader, as Castro took Landau on a week-long jeep ride through the eastern mountains.
Does Washington possess a consistent set of foreign policy principles? Barack Obama has adopted the Kennedy practice to guard himself from political defeat by trying to look tough in the pursuit of war.
Saul Landau's film about this important Latin American political actor will be preserved through a grant by the National Film Preservation Foundation.
Cuba is starting to transform its state-led economy. U.S. corporations and Cuban emigres are licking their lips at the potential opportunity.