Category Archives: Cuba

Another step for economic freedom

“If you’ve had your bags packed and been ready to go to Cuba, there’s good news: the island nation’s government has have given the final go-ahead for commercial flights taking…” Source: Cuba Gives Final Approval For First Commercial Flights From … Continue reading






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Cuba part three, Cuban-U.S. relations: end the embargo now

Carlos Alzugaray, a former Cuban ambassador to the European Union, was our last lecturer in Havana.  A professor at the University of Havana, Dr. Alzugaray was a long time diplomat, who served in many countries during his 37-year career, called … Continue reading






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