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Sarah McNamara’s book traces the politics of Cuban immigrants and their descendants, the central role of women, and histories of labor organizing in a Tampa area cigar making community.
Code Name Blue Wren (Nombre en Clave Chochín Azul) es la asombrosa historia de Ana Montes, espía infiltrada en la agencia de inteligencia militar de Estados Unidos, contada por un veterano reportero de investigación.
Jim Popkin’s Code Name Blue Wren recounts the astounding story of Defense Intelligence Agency mole Ana Montes, told by a veteran investigative reporter.
An event at Florida International University provokes a backlash, stoking longstanding disputes between academia and the Cuban exile community in Florida.
As Cuba reels from the ongoing effects of Hurricane Ian, a Havana-based Cuban scholar explains how the U.S. blockade has hampered Cuba’s recovery from Hurricane Ian and fuels ongoing mass emigration.
After intense public debate the new Code was approved in a September referendum, placing sexual and gender politics at the center of the social and political fabric.
Tras un intenso debate público se aprobó el nuevo Código en referéndum en septiembre, que sitúa la política sexual y de género en el centro de la trama social y política.
The Biden administration’s renewal of sanctions against Cuba reveals the folly of a long failed policy.
Between 1960 and 1962, some 14,000 unaccompanied Cuban children were evacuated to the United States in an airlift dubbed Operation Pedro Pan. Some of them were never reunited with their families.
Despite isolation and disrepair, Cuba’s largest housing project remains a place of vibrant cultural expression where residents forge their own belonging.