Tagged: U.S.-Cuba relations
In the first entry on a two-part series, we look at how Cuban leaders could forge a new environmental mission in 2012.
After ten years in prison, Rene Gonzalez is about to be free. But a stubborn judge wants him to remain in Miami with no protection from the Cuban exile terrorist groups there.
These days, you need not brave the sharks that populate the Straits of Florida to visit Cuba.
This new documentary weighs the convictions of the Cuban 5 against the crimes of anti-Castro Cubans, and examines the historical context that motivated all parties.
A chronicle of a visit to the Cuban Five agent in a California prison shows tight security and endless longing for justice.
Cuba opens its doors to religion freedom, while the U.S. ignores all progress in Cuba and Americans continue to live vicarious lives through their TVs.
Award winning filmmaker and Institute for Policy Studies fellow, Saul Landau will hold a DC premiere of his latest documentary on the terrorism no one talks about.
Curator Wendy Navarro talks about art and its relationship to U.S.-Cuban relations, globalization, and political utopias.
IPS' FPIF and SALSA co-sponsor Cuban Ambassador Jorge Bolaños' address to the Howard University community.