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  • Raul Castro and Barack Obama ahead of historic U.S.-Cuba talks at Summit of the Americas, April 2015.  Photo: Reuters
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    Raul Castro and Barack Obama ahead of historic U.S.-Cuba talks at Summit of the Americas, April 2015. Photo: Reuters

Because Cuba never surrendered, it stands strong and proud as an example and inspiration for the rest of the world.

The historic new relations between Cuba and the U.S. could prove to ease the full-court press the U.S. has maintained against the small island nation. Cuba has suffered under a blockade, invasion, sabotage, terror and destabilization campaigns led by the U.S.

In light of this, Cuba insists that before there is a normalization of relations between the two countries, the U.S. must end its 55-year-old blockade; return the illegally-held Guatanamo Bay; change its immigration policies toward Cuban migrants; stop transmitting radio propaganda into the country and attempting to build an opposition; and finally stop all attempts at regime change.

 

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5 Reasons Why Obama Radically Changed US Policy Toward Cuba

By Marion Deschamps

Geopolitical interests, beyond economic ones, have pushed Washington to change its policy with Cuba, experts explained to teleSUR. READ MORE

The US Blockade

Raul Castro Insists Obama Should Use Powers to Lift Blockade

Cuban President Raul Castro again called on his U.S. counterpart Barack Obama to use his executive powers to lift the 53-year blockade against the Caribbean island and warned that his country would not bow to pressure or conditions that put Cuba’s sovereignty at risk. READ MORE

Guantanamo Bay

Guantanamo at 14

By Belén Fernández

Gitmo is an offshore penal colony that’s close enough to administer with ease, but far enough away to exist on the margins of legality. READ MORE

US Immigration Policy

US Immigration Policy: A Cold War Relic

By Lucho Granados Ceja

The Cuban Adjustment Act, passed in 1966 by the U.S. Congress, allows any Cuban who enters the United States to gain permanent residency after being present in the U.S. for one year. This law, passed at the height of the Cold War, is unique to Cuban emigrants, with no other migrant group given this special consideration. READ MORE

Human Rights

Barack Obama’s Visit to Cuba and Human Rights

By Arnold August

As usual, the U.S. is singling out Cuba for human rights abuses ahead of Barack Obama's historic visit to the island – but what of Washington's abuses? READ MORE

 

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Analyst: Cuba's Opposition Groups Are Often US-Backed

By Luis Arroyo

Opposition organizations from Cuba are anxiously expecting President Barack Obama's visit to the island as they prepare allegations against the Cuban government and demands to the U.S. government in an effort to take advantage of the recent international attention on what has been deemed a historic visit. READ MORE

A soldier stands guard in a tower overlooking Camp Delta at Guantanamo Bay naval base in a Dec. 31, 2009 file photo provided by the US Navy.

Biggest Human Rights Abuses in Cuba Happen in Guantanamo Bay

Leading up to U.S. President Obama's visit to Cuba the private media in the United States made a lot of noise about Cuba's human rights record. But is it accurate? READ MORE

Infographic: Cuba's Achievements

US Groups: Long, Proud History Supporting Cuban Revolution

Venceremos Brigadistas in the U.S. Call for an End to the U.S. Blockade Against Cuba.

By Teresa Gutierrez

The Cuban people have withstood over 50 years of U.S. aggression. Their steadfast and sage leadership has helped propel the success of the revolution. Nonetheless, solidarity is essential. READ MORE

 

For US Latinos, New Cuba Ties Bring Tension, Anti-Imperialist Pride

The book “Brown Is the New White: How the Demographic Revolution Has Created a New American Majority” argues that progressives are a large enough group to pull politicians forward.

By Joseph Mayton

While, Latinos in the United States hold polarizing views, many see Cuba's diplomatic victory as an inspiration. READ MORE.

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