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Los legisladores cubanoamericanos están presionando para que el gobierno del presidente Donald Trump imponga restricciones a los negocios de compañías estadounidenses con compañías cubanas controladas por los militares, como parte … Click to Continue » Continue reading
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La mayoría de los votantes republicanos quiere mantener las políticas de apertura hacia La Habana del expresidente de EEUU, Barack Obama, según un sondeo publicado este lunes por Engage Cuba, organización favorable al acercamiento bilateral.

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El presidente Donald Trump no podrá cambiar “completamente” la política de su antecesor, Barack Obama, con respecto a Cuba, porque sus medidas “han sido populares”, dijo el 12 de junio … Click to Continue » Continue reading

El presidente de Estados Unidos, Donald Trump, no podrá cambiar "completamente" la política de su antecesor, Barack Obama, con respecto a La Habana, porque sus medidas "han sido populares", dijo este lunes Ben Rhodes, quien fuera asesor del anterior mandatario

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El profesor, ensayista e historiador, Fernando Martínez Heredia, murió en la madrugada de este lunes a los 78 años de edad en La Habana. El intelectual, cercano al oficialismo, promovió los textos de Louis Althusser y Antonio Gramsci en Cuba, y fue galardonado con el Premio Nacional de Ciencias Sociales en 2006.

Heredia dirigió la revista Pensamiento Crítico, adscrita al Departamento de Filosofía de la Universidad de La Habana desde 1967 hasta 1971, año en que fue clausurada por Raúl Castro. El cierre de la publicación, junto a otras acciones contra la intelectualidad de la Isla, dio paso al tristemente célebre Quinquenio Gris.

Nacido en 1939 en Yaguajay, en la provincia de Sancti Spíritus, se desempeñó como profesor o investigador del Centro de Estudios sobre Europa Occidental y del Centro de Estudios sobre América (CEA) entre 1984 y 1996. Ambos adscritos al Comité Central del Partido Comunista.[[QUOTE:Se desempeñó como profesor o investigador del Centro de Estudios sobre Europa Occidental y del Centro de Estudios sobre América (CEA) entre 1984 y 1996. Ambos adscritos al Comité Central del Partido Comunista]]El CEA fue intervenido en 1996 por el menor de los hermanos Castro (ministro de las Fuerzas Armadas en aquel entonces), quien en un discurso en marzo de ese año detalló que los intelectuales vinculados al centro estaban "dando un paso hoy y otro mañana, en que se entremezclan ingenuidad con pedantería, abandono de principios clasistas con la tentación de viajar y editar artículos y libros al gusto de quienes pueden financiarlos".

Una situación que, según Castro, hizo que fueran "cayendo en la telaraña urdida por los cubanólogos extranjeros, en verdad servidores de Estados Unidos en su política de fomentar el quintacolumnismo".

Martínez Heredia formó parte del Centro de Investigaciones Interdisciplinarias en Humanidades y de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; colaboró con el Programa de la Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales en Cuba e integró la Cátedra Ernesto Che Guevara.

Trabajó en el Instituto Cubano de Investigación Cultural Juan Marinello.

El cadáver del investigador fue cremado este lunes a las siete de la mañana, sin que se efectuara previamente un velatorio público, según declararon a 14ymedio fuentes de la funeraria de Calzada y K, en el Vedado.

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"Es el momento de revertir al máximo unas políticas que solo benefician al régimen castrista y muy poco o nada al pueblo oprimido", instó José Daniel Ferrer, líder de la Unión Patriótica de Cuba (UNPACU), en una carta abierta dirigida al presidente de EEUU, Donald Trump.

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El saxofonista cubano Paquito D'Rivera, leyenda viva del latin jazz, alabó en una entrevista la “valentía” que los venezolanos muestran día a día en los calles para exigir el fin … Click to Continue » Continue reading
Cuba: From Worse to Impossible (and We Haven't Hit Bottom Yet) / Iván García

Ivan Garcia, 3 June 2017 — In coming days when the administration of the
unpredictable Donald Trump, following four months of review, announces
its Cuba policy, it could be that Obama's guidelines are retained save
for touch-ups of a few items such as doing business with military
enterprises that directly benefit the dictatorship.

Good news for the regime would be that the White House were to maintain
the status quo.

To appease the internal dissident movement and a segment of the historic
exile community that supported his election bid, Trump will demand
respect for human rights, economic liberty and freedom of expression,
and blah, blah, blah.

But the Castroite autocracy will counterattack with plausible and
powerful arguments.

And it will point a finger at the Trump administration, which accuses
his own country's press of being his worst enemy and which makes
multi-million-dollar deals with the Saudi monarchy, a government that
violates innumerable human rights and reduces women to mere objects. All
of which makes it not the best moral paragon to speak of freedoms.

During the Obama era–my god, how the regime misses him–Castroism did not
allow small private businesses to access credit nor import products from
the US.

The Cuban government's strategy is simple. They want to do business with
the powerful Norte, all comers, but with state–or military–run concerns
as the sole partners.

If Trump maintains the scenario unfolded by Obama, i.e., academic,
cultural, business and political exchanges between both nations, Raúl
Castro will probably make his move and grant greater autonomy to small
private businesses on the Island so as to placate the New York real
estate mogul.

Not a few small private entrepreneurs, perhaps the most successful ones,
are children or relatives of the olive-green caste, and they head up
successful enterprises such as the Star Bien paladar (private
restaurant), or the Fantasy discotheque.

If the panorama does not change, the regime will continue its diplomatic
and academic offensive, utilizing its agents of influence in the US to
continue efforts to bring down the embargo, or at least weaken it until
it becomes a useless shell.

For the olive green autocracy, the plan to counteract that "damn
obsession of US elites with democracy and liberties" involves conducting
sterile negotiations that only buy time.

The Palace of the Revolution wants to change, but only in the style of
China or Vietnam. It does not understand how those two communist
countries can partner with the US while Cuba cannot. Castroite strategy
is headed in that direction.

There are two subliminal messages coming from the military junta that
governs the Island.

First: With an authoritarian government of social control in place,
political stability is assured and there is no risk of a migratory
avalanche or of the Island becoming a base of operations for Mexican
drug cartels.

Second: Were there to be a change that provoked the people to take to
the streets, the Island could become a failed state.

Trump, who is not known for his democratic qualities and has the
discernment of an adolescent, could take the bait and do an about-face.
"After all," he might think, "if we're partners with the monarchies in
the Gulf, we continue to buy oil from the detestable Maduro government,
and I want to make a deal with Putin, what difference if I play a little
tongue hockey with Raúl Castro or his successor?"

But Trump is an uncontrollable reptile. And Cuba is not a center of
world power, and it has a small market and laughable consumer power.
Thus it could be that Trump will play the moralist and make demands that
not even he himself lives up to, just to satisfy the Cuban-American
political bloc in Miami.

Whatever happens, Trump has begun shooting tracer bullets. His
announcement of a drastic $20 million cut in funding for dissident
projects favors the Havana regime.

It is likely that this was not Trump's intention. But remember that he
is not a Franklin Delano Roosevelt. He is a man in his third age with
the mind of a primary school student.

With all that the Island autocracy is going through–reductions in
petroleum from Venezuela and a crisis that could annihilate Venezuelan
President Nicolás Maduro, leaving Cuba bereft of an important economic
support; Russia supplied a shipment of fuel but is asking where will the
money come from next time; and a Raúl Castro who is supposedly destined
to surrender power–for the military mandarins the scene that is coming
into view at the moment is the worst possible.

Don't worry about the repression. Hard-core dissidents will never want
for punches and slaps. But in a country at its breaking point, any spark
can give rise to a conflagration of incalculable proportions.

Right now, the average salary in Cuba is 27 dollars per month, but to
live decently requires 15 times that amount. And Havana, the capital of
the Republic, has gone for a week without water.

Food prices are through the roof. Public transit has gone from bad to
worse. And, as if we were living in Zurich, Samsung has opened on the
west side of the city a store (more like a museum) where a 4K Smart TV
goes for $4,000, and a Samsung 7 Edge costs $1,300, double its price in
New York.

Havanans, mouths agape, go to gaze and take selfies with their cheap
mobiles. This is the snapshot of Cuba. A mirage. And all during a
stagnant economic crisis dating back 27 years which few venture to guess
when it will end.

While we thought we were in bad shape, the reality is that we could be
worse off. And nobody knows when we will hit bottom.

Iván García

Photo: In the entryway of the Plaza Hotel, in the heart of the capital,
a beggar uses a nylon bag containing her belongings as a "pillow." To
the side is an empty cigar box collecting coins from passersby. This
image is part of The Black Beggars of Havana, a photo essay by Juan
Antonio Madrazo published in Cubanet.

Translated by: Alicia Barraqué Ellison

Source: Cuba: From Worse to Impossible (and We Haven't Hit Bottom Yet) /
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Cuba tendría que gastar $1.500 millones al año si falla el petróleo de Venezuela: experto Si el mandatario Nicolás Maduro dejara de enviar petróleo a Cuba, -como resultado de la severa crisis política y económica que atraviesa-, el gobierno comunista tendría que invertir al año unos 1.500 millones de dólares, según calcula el experto en […] Continue reading
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Trump and Francis may face new tensions over Cuba
John L. Allen Jr.June 12, 2017 EDITOR

President Donald Trump and Pope Francis had a cordial meeting on May 24,
stressing areas of agreement such as religious freedom and persecuted
Christians in the Middle East. Since then, however, a Vatican aide
described Trump's pullout from the Paris climate change accord as a
"slap in the face," and now Trump seems poised to rollback the opening
to Cuba that Francis helped engineer.
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ROME - Just days after basking in the support of white Evangelicals in a
speech at the Faith and Freedom Forum in Washington, U.S. President
Donald Trump may be poised to create new tensions with a different sort
of religious leader with whom he already has an ambivalent relationship:
Pope Francis.
According to media reports, Trump will travel to Miami on Friday to
announce a partial rollback of the opening to Cuba that was a
cornerstone of the Obama administration's foreign policy, among other
things reinstating tighter restrictions on trade and travel. The setting
is carefully chosen, as Miami remains a stronghold of Cuban exiles and
anti-Castro dissidents.
The move likely will be justified on human rights and pro-democracy
grounds. Aides caution, however, that the president has yet to make a
final decision on Cuba, and plans for the announcement could still change.
Shortly after taking office, Trump ordered his national security team to
undertake a review of American policy on Cuba with an eye towards
undoing some of the openings under Obama, and is expected to package his
announcement on Friday as a "promise kept."
Assuming the president follows through, it's unlikely to go down well
with Francis.
When a restoration of relations between the United States and Cuba was
announced in December 2014, both U.S. President Barack Obama and Cuban
leader Raúl Castro thanked Pope Francis for the role he played in
creating lines of communication, after writing both men to appeal for
dialogue.
The letter from Pope Francis "gave us greater impetus and momentum for
us to move forward," a White House official said at the time.
In October 2014, the Vatican hosted confidential negotiations between
the two sides that helped pave the way for an agreement.
Francis later visited Cuba in September 2015, immediately prior to
arriving in the United States, a bit of scheduling widely seen as his
way of affirming the opening between the two nations and encouraging the
process to continue.
"For some months now, we have witnessed an event which fills us with
hope: the process of normalizing relations between two peoples following
years of estrangement," Francis said in a speech on the tarmac of Jose
Marti International Airport immediately after arriving on the island nation.
"I urge political leaders to persevere on this path and to develop all
its potentialities as a proof of the high service which they are called
to carry out on behalf of the peace and well-being of their peoples, of
all America, and as an example of reconciliation for the entire world,"
he said.
Francis's top aide, Italian Cardinal Pietro Parolin, said on that trip
the Vatican hoped the restored diplomatic relations would soon be
followed by lifting the U.S.-imposed trade embargo on Cuba, which is the
world's longest-running such ban.
Given all that, it's likely the Vatican under Pope Francis will not view
a rollback on U.S./Cuban détente in positive terms.
The possible new tension over Cuba compounds other differences between
the White House and Rome on issues such as immigration, anti-poverty
efforts, and climate change, including the recent decision by the Trump
administration to abandon the Paris accords which Francis and his
environmental encyclical Laudato Si' helped to inspire.
The pull-out from the Paris agreement was described as a "slap in the
face" to the Vatican and Pope Francis by Bishop Marcelo Sanchez Sorondo,
head of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences and the Academy of Social
Sciences.
Despite those flashpoints, Trump and Francis had a cordial encounter in
the Vatican on May 24, stressing basic agreement on matters such as
religious freedom, the dignity of human life, rights of conscience, and
the importance of defending persecuted Christians in the Middle East.
Nevertheless, the new twists on Paris and, apparently, now Cuba, suggest
that if Callista Gingrich, the wife of former House Speaker Newt
Gingrich, is confirmed by the U.S. Senate as Trump's ambassador to the
Vatican, what already promised to be a fairly complicated diplomatic
assignment is likely to be even more so.

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How to survive military service as a homosexual
CARLOS TRUJILLO HERRERA | La Habana | 12 de Junio de 2017 - 10:37 CEST.

"My parents don't know that I'm homosexual. And I don't want them to,
for now, so when I was recruited I didn't say anything," says Ariel, one
of the members of the LGTBI community struggling to survive the machismo
that prevails in the Active Military Service.

"I often get tense because, if someone does something wrong, they ask
him if he's a faggot. They also say that the Army is for real men, and I
wonder what I'm doing here," he adds.

Like the vast majority of Recruits, Ariel would like to be somewhere
else, due to how he is mistreated by the officers. In his case, in
addition to being at the end of the chain of command, there is the extra
pressure of being homosexual.

He has been forced to adapt. The first thing he managed when he entered
the training program was to become an assistant to his company's
lieutenant. Because his family was able to provide some favors (food,
money, clothes, medical shifts) he was spared hours of marching.

He says that he was very afraid of his fellow recruits. The first day
they used the common showers, he remembers, one of the young men got an
erection, for which he was beaten up by the rest. They broke a couple of
his teeth, and an arm.

"When the officer in charge heard about the reason for the attack, he
took care of the matter 'between men' and said: 'You don't have to be
putting up with this faggot stuff.' They transferred the soldier out of
the unit, and that was the end of it."

David thinks he was "pretty lucky". His permanent unit is "very relaxed"
and everyone minds their own business. "Apart from having to put up with
being told to f*** off every time I talk, they leave me alone," he says.

He landed a position in the dining hall and found a partner who shares
his sexual orientation. They get together when they can. "To kill time,"
he says. "I don't think it's going anywhere."

Felipe has to sleep at the end of the barracks and use a mosquito net,
because one of his comrades took the fan he had taken from home.

"I'm afraid to report it because everyone in the unit knows I'm gay," he
explains. "If my mom demands the fan, they will tell her. She's a
Christian and wouldn't accept it."

Felipe has had relations with a couple of soldiers in the unit, "but
they're in the closet. They have girlfriends and hit people, like 'real
men' are supposed to."

Carlos is a lieutenant. Everyone knows he's gay, but no one mentions it
directly. However, "I have to put up with a few things, like extra guard
duty every month."

He says that his companions refuse to stand guard with him, because the
shifts are in an office, late at night. "Most of the time they go to
sleep and I have to stand guard alone."

Although the level of homophobia is high, there exists a curious
phenomenon: homosexuals, once identified, suffer discrimination, but
homosexuality is widely joked about.

Young recruits often say that they are in a prison, and every time a new
one arrives, they touch his butt or pretend to rape him. They also often
hold the new recruit, while they suck his nipples, neck, and ears, and
bite his back. Those who do not go along with the "joke" are harassed
more intensely in the future.

"The best thing is to laugh, say that it was disgusting, and tell them
to all go to hell," says one soldier. "Then they leave you alone."

That is, "macho" men can have fun pretending to be gay, while harshly
discriminating against those who actually are.

Source: How to survive military service as a homosexual | Diario de Cuba
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