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· January, 2008

Stories about Cuba from January, 2008

Cuba: The Church and Change?

The Cuban Triangle blogs about the Catholic Church's role in Cuba.

Cuba: Yes or No?

Post-Cuban elections, Child of the Revolution wonders whether or not Fidel Castro will remain as head of the Council of State.

Bahamas, Cuba: Double Speak

“Such obvious double speak is trite in the 21st Century. And to state that in a country that is of the ‘western liberal ilk’ is quite presumtuous”: Rick Lowe at...

Cuba, UK: Visual Expressions

Child of the Revolution‘s interest is piqued by a new London art gallery's exhibition of the work of Cuban visual artists to show how they “discuss contradictions, ambiguities and social...

Cuba: Elections & Ethanol

Child of the Revolution is monitoring the Cuban parliamentary elections, while The Cuban Triangle reports on “the economic collaboration between Cuba and Venezuela that resulted in an agreement yesterday for...

Cuba: Odds & Ends

The Cuban Triangle posts a comprehensive roundup of stories relevant to Cuba this week.

Cuba: Discussing Sex Education

Zenia of Regalado [es] writes about sex education in Cuba.

Cuba: Gender Issues

Child of the Revolution reports that Cuba has given the green light to “Cuban transsexuals who want to undergo what is now described as sex-realignment surgery.”

Cuba, Brazil: Substantial Deal

The Cuban Triangle blogs about Brazil's “vote of confidence in Cuba’s government and economic potential.”

Caribbean: 2007 – The Year of Elections

What was potentially the Caribbean post that had the most impact in 2007? Janine Mendes-Franco gives a quick roundup of the big regional stories of the past year.

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