raul castro

Op-Ed: Is Cuba Really Changing?

By Andy Gomez Op-Ed Contributor We recently witnessed what we had not heard one of the Castro brothers say in almost 54 years: Come 2018, neither one of them will be in power. Raúl Castro announced to the Cuban National […]

Op-Ed: CELAC and the United States

By David Rowe Op-Ed Contributor CELAC, the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States, is the newest addition to the alphabet soup of Caribbean multi-national organizations. The organization, formed in 2010, has 33 member states, including 16 from the greater […]


Cuba Assumes CELAC Presidency

Above: Cuba President Raul Castro (UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe) By the Caribbean Journal staff Cuba has assumed the rotating presidency of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States, following the regional body’s summit in Santiago this weekend. Cuba President Raul […]


Haiti and Cuba Sign Series of Cooperation Agreements in Health, Industry

Above: Cuba’s Raul Castro and Haiti President Michel Martelly (Photo: OP Haiti) By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti and Cuba strengthened their ties Wednesday by signing a series of cooperation agreements in fields including public health and agriculture. The agreements […]

Cuba's Raul Castro Heads to Trinidad

Above: Cuban President Raul Castro (UN Photo/Mark Garten) By the Caribbean Journal staff Cuban President Raul Castro will pay a State Visit to Trinidad and Tobago tomorrow, coinciding with his participation in the CARICOM-Cuba Summit. Castro, who will be in […]


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