Yoani Sanchez on Wikileaks

“I remember the first mention of Julian Assange’s site in our official media was accompanied by a certain complicity on the part of the article writers, a hint of laughter anticipating the damage that the publication of these classified documents could cause the U.S. Government. But when the name of Cuba began to appear along [...]

Changes in Cuba

—– I’m not quite sure what to make of recent events/changes in Cuba. While I want to remain optimistic, my skeptical side always takes precedence on these issues. Earlier this summer the Archbishop of Havana announced the release of 52 political prisoners. While the popular media saw this as “good news” the Cuban blogosphere (the [...]