Tagged: U.S.-Cuba relations
Key to the normalization of U.S.-Cuba relations was the release of three members of the Cuban 5, which IPS public scholars have been advocating for many years.
The Institute for Policy Studies is joining voices from around the world to ask President Obama to change over 50 years of unjust U.S. policy toward Cuba.
Institute for Policy Studies and International Committee for the Freedom of the Cuban 5 present a screening with discussion of The Day Diplomacy Died, that includes a multimedia report back on the recent 9th Colloquium in Holguin, Cuba about the Cuban 5.
In honor of IPS colleague Saul Landau's support for the Ciuban 5, we join the Int'l Committee for The Freedom of The Cuban 5 in front of the White House for the 15th Anniversary of their unjust imprisonment.
Institute for Policy Studies joins with the International Committee for the Freedom of the Cuban 5 for the 2nd annual week of actions to get justice for: Fernando González, Gerardo Hernández, Antonio Guerrero, Ramón Labañino, And René González.
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 Landau film for the month of January, the last in a year long series, chronicles half a century of hostile U.S.-Cuba relations and decades of assassinations and sabotage backed by Washington.
You’re invited to the Fall meeting of the National Network on Cuba (NNOC) to dialogue with groups from around the U.S. involved in solidarity work with Cuba.
For a Miami jury, the fact that Cuban agents were in Miami was sufficient for them to hand down a guilty verdict.
We visited Gerardo Hernandez at a maximum-security prison in Victorville, CA - as new court filings show the U.S. government paid Miami-based journalists to file negative stories about the Cuban Five.