Stories about Cuba from November, 2007
Child of the Revolution reports on the reaction to Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's proposed constitutional changes: “Not surprisingly, many Venezuelans think the changes go too far – turning the oil-rich...
Child of the Revolution blogs about Cuba's ranking on the United Nations’ 2007-2008 Human Development Index.
Child of the Revolution reports on a recently-held Cuban press conference “to reveal that they had undertaken extensive DNA testing on…the remains of Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara.”
Child of the Revolution reports on the results of the Australian election: “The demise of Mr Howard will be seen as good news in Havana, given the outgoing prime minister’s...
Babalu Blog finds “alarming” the prospect of “a new Latin American and Caribbean regional police force modeled on Interpol.”
Thanksgiving may be a traditionally North American holiday - but more and more, the Caribbean seems to be taking notice - so much so that many regional bloggers have been...
“Thanksgivings are perhaps the truest proof of our Cuban-Americaness,” writes Babalu Blog: “On the fourth Thursday of every November we have on our tables…the best of both worlds.”
WeblogBahamas.com links to US Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez's speech at a Heritage Foundation series called Cuba at the Crossroads.
“Little pieces of rubber” are causing some measure of disorder in Cuba: Babalu Blog reports.
Barbados Free Press continues to follow the story on the Jamaican lightbulb scandal, comparing it to corruption in their own country.
Both Babalu Blog and Child of the Revolution turn their attention to Cuba's reaction to the comment made by the King of Spain at the recently-concluded Ibero-American Summit.
Geoffrey Philp features Our Caribbean: “an anthology of lesbian and gay writing from across the Antilles”.
Babalu Blog posts a poem by Marielena Jané-Prats about what it means to be a Cuban-American.
Babalu Blog links to an article printed in the Jamaica Gleaner that he believes is “twisted logic”.
Both Child of the Revolution and Babalu Blog turn their attention to the happenings at the recently-held Ibero-American summit.
Barbados Free Press blogs about the Jamaican lightbulb scandal and says: “Citizens of Barbados should pay close attention”, while Stunner's Afflictions asks: “Will there be criminal charges? Or will we...