Only the United States, Israel and Brazil voted against the UN resolution condemning the US’ blockade against Cuba
Representatives of hundreds of organizations from across the globe met in Havana, Cuba, to take part in the Anti-Imperialist Solidarity Meeting, for Democracy and against Neoliberalism.
A brief and exclusive interview with Fernando Gonzalez of the Cuban Five
Dr. Aleida Guevara, the eldest daughter of Che Guevara, visited India as part of the celebrations of the 60th anniversary of the Cuban revolution.
Peoples Dispatch takes look at the six-decade long brutal sanctions on Cuba imposed by the United States.
Professor Sonya Surabhi Gupta talks about the breadth of resistance to the US imperial project in Latin America.
With a vast majority having ratified the new socialist constitution for Cuba, we take a look at some of the crucial issues addressed in it and the whole of process of making it
Pablo Beltrán spoke with the Argentine journalist and educator Claudia Korol regarding the Colombian peace talks.
An Interview with Yamil Marero, Senior Official of the Cuban Institute for Friendship with the Peoples
“Cubanas, Mujeres en Revolución”, a documentary dedicated to revolutionary Cuban women screened at Cuban Film Festival.
The United Nations General Assembly voted by a margin of 189-2 to demand that the sanctions be withdrawn. The United States and Israel were the only countries that voted against the resolution.
The draft has quite a few significant provisions that aim at the modernization of the state and its legal system