Why Isn’t the New Cuban Government Collapsing?

The fixed nature of Cuba’s new government is becoming clear during the transition period this same prevailing system is undergoing on the island. Aside from opening up a debate about same-sex marriage, the island’s new Constitution and the new government and its cabinet are not reviewing any other aspects of Cuban life.

Cuba, where Religious Freedom Continues to be Repressed

Anita is now an old woman but she remembers how she was banned from going to university in spite of her high grades as a student, because her records featured the dishonorable Baptist label. “It seems that the Revolution had already forgotten that its first great martyr was Frank Pais, was a Baptist.”

Can education be saved here in Cuba?

Sara: “I told my family when I finished my pre-university course, don’t think I’m going to go and study to earn 500 pesos (20 USD) or anything similar as a professional,” said the 19-year-old with a dark vision of the future.

When Cuba has FULL Internet Access

What will happen in a Cuba that wakes up one day with “FULL” internet access? People who already have a computer or a cell phone could access the Internet freely, create their own websites, upload videos, photos, exchange information and opinions and be virtual citizens…