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Monthly Archives: April 2008

Press freedom declines worldwide, NKorea listed as worst
Posted on Tue, Apr. 29, 2008
By BARRY SCHWEID
AP Diplomatic Writer

WASHINGTON —
Worldwide, the environment for journalists grew more hostile last year,
extending a six-year downturn, researchers reported Tuesday.

Setbacks for press freedom outnumbered advances 2-to-1 across the globe,
although the Internet and blogs helped slow… Continue reading

Cuba walks tightrope of reforms
In Havana
By Carol J. Williams, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
April 29, 2008

HAVANA — In a campaign that bears much similarity to Soviet leader
Mikhail Gorbachev's 1980s appeal for glasnost, Cuba's President Raul
Castro has been urging the public to investigate social shortcomings,
denounce them and propose improvements.

And… Continue reading

Castro Policy Needs Revamp, Say Florida's Young Cuban-Americans
By Janine Zacharia | Bloomberg News
7:40 AM EDT, April 29, 2008

As Joe Garcia digs into tamal en cazuela, a pork-cornmeal stew, at a
restaurant in Miami's Little Havana neighborhood, he rails against the
almost five- decade U.S. trade embargo on Cuba and the politicians who
promote… Continue reading

Raul Castro's reforms might still be a dream
April 28, 2008
By José Azel

What is Raul Castro up to with the announced reforms to Cuba's economic
system? Will these changes lead to a genuine free market economy and
more importantly to a democratic Cuba?

Given the character and nature of Cuba's regime, the measures we… Continue reading

Bloggers offer glimpse of uncensored Cuba
Posted on Mon, Apr. 28, 2008
By ANDREA RODRIGUEZ
Associated Press Writer

HAVANA —
Only a month has passed since ordinary Cubans won the right to own
computers, and the government still keeps a rigid grip on Internet access.

But that hasn't stopped thousands from finding their way into
cyberspace.… Continue reading

Cuban Bloggers Defy Government Control
Average Cubans Are Now Allowed Computers, But The Government Still
Limits Internet Access

HAVANA
(AP) Only a month has passed since ordinary Cubans won the right to own
computers, and the government still keeps a rigid grip on Internet access.

But that hasn't stopped thousands from finding their way into
cyberspace.… Continue reading

Publicado el jueves 24 de abril del 2008

Cuba arremete contra las Damas de Blanco
Servicios El Nuevo Herald
La Habana

El gobierno de Cuba acusó el jueves a Estados Unidos de ''fabricar y
promover'' la ''contrarrevolución'' y de tener como "punta de lanza'' a
las Damas de Blanco, quienes rechazaron la acusación y denunciaron una… Continue reading

Represión
El gobierno acusa a las Damas de Blanco de ser la 'punta de lanza' de EE UU

Agencias

jueves 24 de abril de 2008 17:25:00

El gobierno cubano acusó a Estados Unidos de "fabricar y promover"
acciones de la oposición, como la protesta que realizaron el lunes las
Damas de Blanco, a quienes calificó como… Continue reading

19 March 2008
Independent Journalists Struggle to Survive in Cuba
Staff Writer

Washington — Five years after Cuba's communist regime arrested and
sentenced 27 journalists to prison, a small, brave force of independent
journalists continues to work in the Caribbean nation.

The global press advocacy group, Reporters Without Borders, says in a
new report that the… Continue reading

¡Y ES QUE ESA MALA GENTE QUE HOY GOBIERNA EN CUBA CREE QUE EN REALIDAD
CUBA LES PERTENECE!
2008-04-22.
Julio César Soler Baró

¿De qué cambios habla el tirano? ¿De las dos o tres migajas técnicas que
desde hace años ya no son noticia en ningún sitio de este mundo
civilizado? ¿De las sábanas limpias y… Continue reading

Sábado 19 de abril de 2008
Reformas en la isla:
Cubanos no gozan aún de los efectos concretos de los cambios de Raúl

Si bien se levantaron ciertas restricciones, el alto precio de los
celulares y la censura en internet los hacen inaccesibles.

ERIKA LÜTERS GAMBOA

Raúl Castro prometió terminar con el "exceso de prohibiciones" y… Continue reading

Cuba arrests Ladies in White
The 'Damas de Blanco,' a group of Cuban women seeking the release of
political prisoners, held a protest in front of Raúl Castro's office Monday.
By Sara Miller Llana | Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor

from the April 22, 2008 edition

Havana, Cuba – – When Laura Pollán's husband,… Continue reading

Comunicación
Un segundo aire

Tras el golpe sufrido en 2003, la prensa independiente resurge con la
aparición de nuevas publicaciones y de un aliado, el email.

Michel Suárez, Madrid

lunes 21 de abril de 2008 6:00:00

Pese a la represión y el acoso contra el periodismo independiente,
existen hoy en Cuba más ventanas abiertas que en… Continue reading

Where is Cuba moving under Little Brother?
Posted by admin on 2008/4/20 8:00:00 (93 reads)
By Roger Hernandez

In an easterly direction. Decisions made by the Cuban government in
recent weeks suggest there is truth to the speculation that Raul Castro
is simpatico toward China's brand of Market-Leninism.

Slowly, quietly (don't want to wake up Big… Continue reading

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