Monday, January 26, 2009

Odds and ends

  • The National Security Archive publishes on its website a selection of declassified documents, starting with the Kennedy Administration, about U.S. diplomatic contacts with Cuba.

  • The Herald’s Renato Perez Pizarro does some repair work on Granma’s translation of the latest Fidel “Reflection.”

  • The Spanish government supports collaboration between Spanish and Cuban universities with 2 million Euros, EFE reports.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

The 'Cuban'-American mafia is well represented in both parties. How come they have far more power and influence than their numbers/electoral weight would justify?
Is it the Barcardi/Fanjul/Sanchez et al money?

I never cease to be surprised that in a so called democracy like the US these guys keep getting away with their shenanigans.
About time someone with deep pockets takes a serious interest in the Cuba issue and gives them a run for their money.

Anonymous said...

nitwit, did you sleep through November 2008?

Anonymous said...

Hey Phil, Any idea when Obama will announce the implementation of his new Cuba policies discussed during his campaign?

Tracey Eaton said...

those are incredible photos in flickr...this guy must have spent a ton of time in cuba

Phil Peters said...

anon at 1251, hard work might have something to do with it too

anon at 422, I have no idea and have seen no reporting anywhere on that

Anonymous said...

What's up with Sherritt and Cupet? I guess doing business with scumbag dictators isn't all it's cracked up to be.