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The bar in the re-opened Cuban embassy in Washington, D.C. is named Hemingway. This isn’t because Ernest Hemingway was a prodigious drinker, although that …


Cuba

Today, the U.S. flag flew over an American embassy in Cuba for the first time in 54 years. After the opening ceremony, Secretary of …


Cuba

On Monday of last week, the Cuban government had its fifteen minutes of fame. At a ceremony attended by dignitaries and journalists, Cuban guardsmen …


Cuba

This week at Georgetown University the daughter of late Cuban human rights activist Oswaldo Payá spoke about her father’s legacy on the third-year anniversary of …


Cuba

Yesterday the Cuban flag was raised above an official Washington embassy for the first time in more than a half century. The embassy opening, …


Cuba

Many of my fondest childhood memories revolve around quality family time and good food. Drawing inspiration from the Food Network’s various competition shows, like Iron …


Communism Cuba

The past few months have been a pivotal time for Cuba. Last December, the US government announced the first steps towards normalizing diplomatic relations …


Cuba

This year VOC awards its Truman-Reagan Medal of Freedom to two outstanding advocates of liberty. Guillermo Fariñas and Alexander Podrabinek come from different sides …


Cuba Venezuela

After a third round of negotiations between the US and Cuba, held surreptitiously in Havana on March 16, ended only a day after they started, …


Cuba

Fidel Castro toured the Soviet Union in 1963 at the invitation of the communist leader Nikita Khrushchev. During his 40-day trip across the USSR, …