Time for Latin America & the Caribbean to come first
The policy of “America first” defended by the current U.S. administration constitutes a declaration of principles.
If Washington once fantasized about a world in its own image and likeness, in which progress would spread to countries that did not challenge its hegemony, it is now clear that there is only room for one country at the top. And anyone who disputes U.S. dominance must face “fire and fury.”
Empresas estadounidenses y cubanas llegaron a un acuerdo sobre Heberprot-p
Por la historia de éxito del producto y el compromiso establecido, es de esperar que la terapia cubana pueda reducir el riesgo relativo de la amputación por úlcera del pie diabético en EE. UU., en más de la mitad de las cifras actuales
Can the Monroe Doctrine triumph in the 21st century?
Can the United States achieve its current goals to dominate Latin America and the Caribbean with a doctrine based on principles from the 19th century?
The Foreign Ministry of Cuba highlighted today as priorities of the island”s foreign policy in 2017
The fight against the US blockade and the deepening of its diplomatic relations with countries of the five continents.
In a summary of the main results last year of Cuban foreign policy, which publishes on its website, the Foreign Ministry stressed, on account of the economic, commercial and financial siege, the international accompaniment in the call for the end of that unilateral measure imposed since over 55 years.
Children Guard the Ballot Boxes in Cuban Elections
Thousands of Cuban students from elementary and secondary schools guard today the ballot boxes of the second stage in the general elections 2017-2018 to select deputies to the Parliament and delegates to the Provincial Assemblies.
For decades, the presencer of children and teenagers with their uniforms and school attributes, has given a distinctive touch to elections in the island, where there are no police and military forces to guarantee the tranquility and normal evolution of voting.