A broader view of youth problems

Although in Cuba children and young people are guaranteed the most elementary human rights, it is necessary to have a broader and more comprehensive vision of the attention to this population segment that takes into account their needs and the context of the country, with a complex economic situation, after two years of the COVID 19 pandemic and the tightening of the U.S. blockade.... More

Amazing revelations

During the first hearings held by the Committee to Investigate the Assault on the U.S. Capitol, which occurred on January 6, 2021, important revelations began to come to light about one of the most shameful events in the recent history of that country.... More

Helping dreams come true

UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, has pointed out that "education saves lives" and Cuba, with its selfless collaboration, has made it possible for this to be a reality in many regions of the world.... More

Imperial cruelty

When the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson, announced the project to deport undocumented asylum seekers to Rwanda last April, I stated that it was a xenophobic delirium, a creation of perverse minds that know no limits.... More

Encouraging advancement in the provinces is a priority for Cuba, contained and endorsed by the Constitution approved in 2019 and in the National Economic and Social Development Plan until 2030.... More

Anonymous heroes

When the explosion at the Saratoga Hotel last May, which left 46 victims dead and dozens injured, Cubans did not think twice and voluntarily came to donate blood to help save the lives of their compatriots.... More

Winds of change

With the first round of the legislative elections in France over, the government of President Emmanuel Macron is in serious danger of losing the absolute majority in the National Assembly, which will make it much more difficult to move forward with his liberal work program.... More

A key week

A definitive week begins in Colombia to designate the future president of the Republic between a progressive candidate, the senator and former mayor of Bogota, Gustavo Petro, and the conservative millionaire Rodolfo Hernandez, favorite of the local and regional right wing.... More

Solidarity cannot be blockaded

The United States excluded Cuba from the ill-fated Summit of the Americas in the city of Los Angeles, denying it the floor.  But if there is something that cannot be silenced, nor blockaded, it is the solidarity that grows every day towards the Cuban people -- for more than 60 years of a criminal economic, commercial and financial blockade.... More

The summit that was not to be

Nothing better illustrates the failure of the so-called Summit of the Americas, an absurd and inopportune meeting, than the images of the violent police aggression against a woman who protested as U.S. President Joseph Biden's motorcade passed by on its way to inaugurate the event.... More

New and hopeful perspectives are opened in Cuba for ataxia patients, who have lack of muscle control or coordination of involuntary movements and can create difficulties in speech, swallowing and eye movement.... More

Manichean world

It is striking how many politicians and officials, including UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, blame the war in Eastern Europe for almost all the ills that today plague humanity, but blatantly ignore old tragedies.... More

The backfire

The United States, as it is popularly said, got the wrong end of the stick. It convened and organized a Summit of the Americas, but without the participation of all nations, which led to numerous questions and several leaders of the region even decided not to go to the meeting, described as a failure by analysts.... More

The first panel of the People's Summit in Los Angeles, opened Wednesday with a call for an end to the U.S. government's policy of suffocation against Cuba.... More

A misty horizon

The World Bank this week painted a gloomy picture where it forecasts that the global economy will suffer a severe downturn, both in developed countries and in poor nations, and many will enter a recession stage with a serious impact on the quality of life.... More