Economic freedom is the key to other kinds of freedom.
"The Cuban people are not asking for military intervention."
"They're arresting people at their homes."
Historic protests enabled by social media and cellphone footage are threatening to finally end Castro's revolutionary regime.
'If You Take to the Sea, You Will Not Come to the United States,' Cuban Refugee DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas Tells Other Cuban Refugees
Biden promised to be an immigration changemaker. Where is the change?
Demonstrators are making themselves heard via Facebook, Signal, and other platforms. Is that enough to overthrow an authoritarian regime?
President Joe Biden says America "stands firmly" with the people of Cuba who oppose the country's oppressive regime. But he can do more than offer words of support.
Ignore the hype: Latin American immigration is (still) the city’s greatest strength.
"When I started my blog," says journalist Yoani Sánchez, "it was like an exorcism of something that was inside of me."
His rationale is both weak and would have justified keeping out his own father - a refugee from Cuba.
If the Latino vote is to determine America’s future, it might help both parties to look southward and attempt to understand the people they want to sway on their own terms.
A Simple Way for Biden to Begin to Mend Fences with Cuban-Americans—and Right an Injustice at the Same Time
Biden's underperformance among Cuban-American voters likely cost Democrats Florida. He can begin to heal the breach by reversing the Obama administration's cruel policy (continued by Trump) of barring most Cuban refugees.
China's growing crackdown on Hong Kong has inspired calls for the West to allow Hong Kongers to migrate here. They should indeed be allowed to do so - and the same right should be extended to other victims of Chinese government oppression.
The myth that this authoritarian island provides better medical treatment just won’t die.
The granddaughter of Cuban and Hungarian refugees says that political, economic, cultural, and sexual freedom are all intertwined and non-negotiable.
Buttigieg 'Doesn't Want To Explain' Why Sanders 'Is Encouraging People To Look on the Bright Side of the Castro Regime'
The Midwestern moderate isn't alone is fretting about the radicalism of the current Democratic front-runner.
McAfee lauds Che Guevara for being revolutionary and thinks Cuba is his last chance to avoid extradition for tax crimes.
Sanders no longer favors government takeover of "the major means of production." But his four-decade quest for political revolution continues.
Administration appears to value hardline Cuba stance over ballplayer safety.
Why are we paying for a Spanish-language propaganda station in the first place?
Condoms have become a multi-purpose tool in a country that does not have much access to resources.
"Imagine: You're having sex with a consenting adult...and then you're arrested and held overnight, and your whole, entire life has been exposed on TV."
Lots of administration official log-rolling in The Final Year, but little actual analysis
Jon Alpert spent decades asking incredibly dumb questions of Fidel Castro.
Havana's stunning Gran Hotel Manzana is owned by the Cuban military, making it off-limits to Americans.
The president rolls back some of Obama's "completely one-sided deal with Cuba," reasserts that America will be a champion of liberty in "our hemisphere."
The chilling encounter was captured on video.
Another Cuban Libertarian Disappeared; His Associates Fear He's Been Secretly Arrested [UPDATE: Activist Found, Claims to Have Been Beaten]
Nelson Rodriguez Chartrand, involved in poster campaign for previously arrested Cuban libertarians, has disappeared, his associates report.
The Party, named after famed 19th century Cuban independence fighter Jose Marti, is putting up posters of the incarcerated activists around Havana.
The Cuban defector and Chicago White Sox star's bizarre tale is indicative of how ridiculous immigration policy can be.
Eliminating 'Wet Foot/Dry Foot' has been a longtime goal of immigration reformers and restrictionists alike, though Cuban-Americans remain split.
Even with free health care and education, some Cubans are still willing to risk their life for free expression.
Turns out you shouldn't trust dictatorships to provide reliable data on health care and education.