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The U.S. and the UK Support Human Rights for Some but Not for Others
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The U.S. and the UK Support Human Rights for Some but Not for Others
August 17, 2021

When human rights are brought to the attention of the authorities in Washington and London it’s money and military “partnership” that matter. Not people.

Away From Non-Binding UNGA Resolutions, the EU Follows the U.S. Narrative on Cuba
August 11, 2021

If the EU truly prized democracy, it would lobby for an end to the illegal blockade and U.S. interference, Ramona Wadi writes.

Away From Non-Binding UNGA Resolutions, the EU Follows the U.S. Narrative on Cuba
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Cuba’s U.S.-Backed Pop-Culture Dissidents
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Cuba’s U.S.-Backed Pop-Culture Dissidents
August 4, 2021

Over the past decade, Washington has spent millions to cultivate anti-government rappers, rock musicians, artists, and journalists in Cuba, Max Blumenthal reports. 

The U.S. Has No Business Lecturing Cuba About ‘Free and Fair’ Elections
July 30, 2021

Inevitably, the protests have also served as a convenient tool for the US government and its allies in the Cuban-American exile community to reinvigorate their decades-long campaign to impose “regime change” on the beleaguered Caribbean island nation.

The U.S. Has No Business Lecturing Cuba About ‘Free and Fair’ Elections
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Who Will Hold the U.S. Accountable Over Cuba?
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Who Will Hold the U.S. Accountable Over Cuba?
July 23, 2021

An intentionally misinformative outreach is what the U.S. government is relying on to justify its punitive measures on Cuba, Ramona Wadi writes.

U.S. Regime Change Echos in the Caribbean
July 23, 2021

Having annihilated the island’s native people, the Europeans brought in African men and women who had been captured and enslaved. What unites the West Indian islands is not language and culture, but the wretchedness of slavery, rooted in an oppressive plantation economy.

U.S. Regime Change Echos in the Caribbean
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The Bay of Tweets: Documents Point to U.S. Hand in Cuba Protests
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The Bay of Tweets: Documents Point to U.S. Hand in Cuba Protests
July 17, 2021

The U.S. government can cause economic misery for the Cuban people, but it cannot, it appears, convince them to overthrow their government. “The current events in Cuba constitute in reality the U.S.S. Maine of 2021,” August said. If this really was an attempted color revolution, as August is implying, it was not a very successful one, amounting to little more than a Bay of Tweets.

Biden’s Policy on Cuba Reveals Itself
July 17, 2021

The assumption that military intervention would fix Cuba only illustrates how the interests of the Miami dissidents are aligned with those of the U.S.

Biden’s Policy on Cuba Reveals Itself
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