While the immediate implications of Guantanamo with regard to the U.S. violations at the base are of paramount importance, the focus on this relic of the U.S. war on terror must not be dissociated from Guantanamo’s earlier history.
The problem is the U.S. does not want other peoples to decide how they want to live. It wants America Über Alles.
When a poor person says spies are attacking their brain with microwave beams it’s called paranoid schizophrenia. When a US government operative says it, it’s called Havana Syndrome.
If, according to the U.S., Cuba does not deserve a seat at the UNHRC, what has the U.S. done to deserve it?