• The State Department’s response to the sonic attacks in Cuba has been disproportionate and is harmful to US interests and the Cuban people.

    Oct 6 2017 Voces
  • By choosing to accept the Oswaldo Payá award in Cuba, the OAS Secretary General has taken a characteristically brave gambit.

    Feb 16 2017 Voces
  • This is an anxious, unsettled moment for Cuba. Its economy is faltering badly and could face a prolonged crisis. The nation’s leadership is on the verge of a critical turning point following the recent death of Fidel Castro and the likely retirement early next year of Raul Castro—who together have ruled the island with an iron hand for nearly 60 years.

    Jan 5 2017
  • US-Cuba relations have grown boring. That’s about to change.

    Dec 20 2016 Voces
  • The liberal values of free trade and multiculturalism might be in retreat in the United States after the election of Donald Trump, but they are alive and well in Canada.

    Nov 11 2016 Voces
  • What are China’s reactions to warming US-Cuba relations?

  • Chinese media coverage of Latin America in August focused primarily on economic conditions in the region.

  • July coverage focused on President Xi Jinping’s tour of Latin America, which included stops in Brazil, Argentina, Venezuela, and Cuba.

    Aug 11 2014 China & Latin America
  • Highlights of President Xi Jinping’s July 2014 visit to Latin America include a BRICS development bank to a series of bilateral agreements.

    Jul 29 2014 China & Latin America
  • Latin America isn’t mentioned with much frequency on Sina Weibo, China’s Twitter-Facebook hybrid.

  • Speakers at event examine the Cuban education system and how it will be affected by new economic reforms.

    May 10 2011 PREAL Blog
  • Cuba’s academic advantage – books and Q&A session that examines it’s successes and what other LAC countries can learn.

    Oct 21 2008 PREAL Blog
  • Column discusses results of Second Regional, Comparative, and Explanatory Study.

    Sep 15 2008 PREAL Blog