ICCAS in the news 

(www.miscelaneasdecuba.net).- The Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies in the news in August 2014. 

4  Jaime Suchlicki was interviewed on Oscar Haza’s Radio program on USAID activities in Cuba.


4   Channel 10 ABC interviewed Jaime Suchlicki on USAID programs for Cuba.


4  “Fried Rice in Havana” by Jaime Suchlicki was published in ICCAS Cuba Focus.


4 Jaime Suchlicki was interviewed by Diario Las Americas on USAID program for Cuba.


4 PanAmPost published Jose Azel’s article “US Ideological Polarization Bestows Fewer Bills, Heightened Policy Focus.”



4 Pedro Roig was interviewed by Oscar Haza Mega TV on the U.S.A.I.D. democracy program in Cuba.


5 Brian Latell’s article “More Questions About Cuban Spy Ana Belen Montes” was published by the Selous Foundation for Public Policy Research.



6 Jaime Suchlicki was interviewed by Radio AM 970, NYC on the Cuba spy story.


6 Pedro Roig was interviewed by Ricardo Brown and Lourdes Ubieta, Actualidad Radio, on the U.S.A.I.D.


7 “A Cuba Without Shackles” by Jaime Suchlicki was published in ICCAS Cuba Brief.


12 New Times interviewed Jaime Suchlicki about Fidel Castro’s birthday.


12 EFE interviewed Jaime Suchlicki about the contemporary significance of Fidel Castro.


12 Pedro Roig was interviewed by America TV news on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.


13 Brian Latell was interviewed by El Colombiano, Medellin, Colombia daily paper, about Fide Castro’s birthday.


13 Selous Foundation for Public Policy Research published Jaime Suchlicki’s article “A Cuba Without Shackles.”



18 Brian Latell was interviewed by El Colombiano, Medellin, Colombia daily paper, about Julian Assange.


18 Pedro Roig was interviewed on Oscar Haza Radio Program on U.S. granting visas to Mariela and Antonio Castro.


19 El Nuevo Herald published Jose Azel’s article “La anagnórisis de la Isla trágica.”



20 Brian Latell was interviewed by El Colombiano, Medellin, Colombia daily paper, about the balsero crisis 20 years ago.


25 El Nuevo Herald quoted Jaime Suchlicki on the food rationing being imposed in Venezuela and similarities with Cuba.


28 Pedro Roig was interviewed by Maria Elvira Salazar TV program on the publication of a photo of a fragile Fidel Castro.


HRF supports El Sexto's first US exhibit
Human Rights Foundation
Photo: HRF.   (www.miscelaneasdecuba.net).- NEW YORK (February 10, 2015) — Human Rights Foundation (HRF) is delighted to announce Danilo “El Sexto” Maldonado Machado’s first art show in the United States. El Sexto, a Cuban graffiti artist and activist, will showcase his work in an exhibition entitled “PORK,” which will take place at Market Gallery in South Beach, Miami, from February 26 to March 16.
Cuba: From Thaw to Disillusion
Carlos Alberto Montaner
Escritor, periodista y político
  (www.miscelaneasdecuba.net).- The Cuban-American thaw is back to a freeze. Or at least the temperature has dropped a lot. From the torrid beginning one year ago, when Obama and Raúl Castro, virtually hand in hand through television, announced the rapprochement, disillusionment has set in.
A Paper Boat Named "Liberty"
José Azel
Investigador, Universidad de Miami
  (www.miscelaneasdecuba.net).- Property rights, or the lack of them, are central to all contemporary political philosophies. Marxism rejects property rights outright, as explained by Karl Marx in the second chapter of his Communist Manifesto: “the theory of Communists may be summed up in a single phrase: Abolition of private property."
El Sexto in New York: Cuban political prisoner visits HRF‏
Human Rights Foundation
El Sexto. Photo by the author.   (www.miscelaneasdecuba.net).- NEW YORK (December 14, 2015) — Human Rights Foundation (HRF) met with Cuban artist and dissident Danilo "El Sexto" Maldonado last Tuesday. After being imprisoned for ten months, without trial, for creating art that Cuban authorities considered "defamatory," the graffiti artist arrived in New York City to meet with HRF staff, including HRF chairman Garry Kasparov.
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