Monthly Archives: May 2012

The Cuban Left

Although I do not consider it one of the current critical issues, I think it is important to set out some opinions about the Cuban left. Today we talk about an old and a new left. I believe that, in … Continue reading

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The New Cuba

Recently, in the face of the decline of “the model,” many political scientists that deal with Cuba have been given the task of preparing projections for the new Cuba. As should be true, the opinions are varied, depending on the … Continue reading

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Tinkering at the Margins

Photo: Rebeca Several friends, honestly worried about the future of Cuba, firmly declare that they do not want capitalism, but a Swedish-style socialism. First, it is worth clarifying that Sweden is not a socialist but a capitalist country, with a … Continue reading

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A Too Slow Updating

When in 1959 it was decided to change everything that had been legislated for the fifty-six years of the Republic, the changes were “at the speed of a pauper’s burial,” in an accelerated way, overnight without entrusting them to God … Continue reading

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One Hundred and Ten Years

Photo: Rebeca Tomorrow, the 20th, will mark 110 years of the establishment of the Republic. Over here there will be no official celebrations and, if the date is spoken of I’m sure it will be to discredit it, as has … Continue reading

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Simple Human Beings

Archive photo Chauvinism has been an evil that has always accompanied us, exacerbated in the last 50 years, with the objective of making us forget our small, medium and large problems, on altars of resolving those of humanity, as the … Continue reading

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A Meddling State

Photo: Rebeca (The menu board on the door is the type used by people selling snacks and drinks from their homes.) The State, in most countries, developed or otherwise, tends to occupy itself with fundamental questions, facilitating the development and … Continue reading

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