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Mas leidas

The Havana Reporter No.24/ Dec 30, 2018As the last issue of 2018 is circulating, the staff of the Havana Reporter takes the opportunity to wish its readers a Happy New Year,  reaffirming its commitment to continue working to propitiate a greater understanding of Cuba, the rest of  Latin America and the Caribbean.

Published December 30, this issue features an article on the 60th anniversary of the triumph of the Cuban Revolution, which will be celebrated on January 1st, and a roundup of its foreign policy in 2018.

Other highlights focus on the Cuban film industry´s work in the year about to end, including the 40th edition of the New Latin American Film Festival, recently held in Havana.

The results of the annual poll conducted by the Prensa Latina news agency to select the year´s best athletes-both male and female- in the region are published in this number too.

This issue also takes a look at the growing relations between China and Latin America as well as the peace process in Colombia, among other international topics.


The Havana Reporter No.3/ Feb 15, 2019Details of the Habano Festival, the celebration of Cuba´s tobacco agro-industry, the forthcoming Constitutional referendum on the Caribbean island and Cuban-US relations are among the highlights of The Havana Reporter´s third issue of the year, published February 15.

Other articles focus on relief efforts following the devastating tornado that swept through areas of Havana late last month and Cuba´s participation in the recent edition of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

The Caribbean island´s aspirations for the Lima 2019 Pan American Games, the link between tourism and celebrations of Havana´s 500thanniversary, as well asViengsay Valdés’recent appointment as the artistic director of Cuba´s National Ballet Company are also featured in this issue.

The reader will also find further information on regional issues, such as the plight of social leaders in Colombia and the Jamaican government´s security strategy aimed at reducing violence in the country.
 

 
 

The Havana Reporter No.3/ Feb 15, 2019Details of the Habano Festival, the celebration of Cuba´s tobacco agro-industry, the forthcoming Constitutional referendum on the Caribbean island and Cuban-US relations are among the highlights of The Havana Reporter´s third issue of the year, published February 15.

Other articles focus on relief efforts following the devastating tornado that swept through areas of Havana late last month and Cuba´s participation in the recent edition of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

The Caribbean island´s aspirations for the Lima 2019 Pan American Games, the link between tourism and celebrations of Havana´s 500thanniversary, as well asViengsay Valdés’recent appointment as the artistic director of Cuba´s National Ballet Company are also featured in this issue.

The reader will also find further information on regional issues, such as the plight of social leaders in Colombia and the Jamaican government´s security strategy aimed at reducing violence in the country.
 

 
 

The Havana Reporter No.4/ Feb 28, 2019Relief efforts that little by little heal the scars left in areas of Havana by a recent tornado and the increased U.S. hostility towards Cuba are featured on The Havana Reporter´s fourth issue of the year, published February 28.

Cuba´s program to ensure more competitive tourist products and services, aspects of the Caribbean island´s informatization process and details about the forthcoming Drum Festival, which is dedicated to Spain, are also included in this issue.

Other articles focus on the celebrations to mark the 500th anniversary of the city of Havana´s founding and the work of Fábrica de Arte Cubano as an institution that promotes Cuban culture.

This issue brings the reader closer to regional topics such as human trafficking in the Caribbean, Bolivia´s new healthcare system and Latin America’s increasing youth unemployment.

Another article looks at the rivalry between triple jumpers Caterine Ibargüen from Colombia, and Venezuelan Yulimar Rojas, who are expected to engage in intense battles at major competitions this year, including the Lima Pan American Games and the World Championships in Doha.


The Havana Reporter No.4/ Feb 28, 2019Relief efforts that little by little heal the scars left in areas of Havana by a recent tornado and the increased U.S. hostility towards Cuba are featured on The Havana Reporter´s fourth issue of the year, published February 28.

Cuba´s program to ensure more competitive tourist products and services, aspects of the Caribbean island´s informatization process and details about the forthcoming Drum Festival, which is dedicated to Spain, are also included in this issue.

Other articles focus on the celebrations to mark the 500th anniversary of the city of Havana´s founding and the work of Fábrica de Arte Cubano as an institution that promotes Cuban culture.

This issue brings the reader closer to regional topics such as human trafficking in the Caribbean, Bolivia´s new healthcare system and Latin America’s increasing youth unemployment.

Another article looks at the rivalry between triple jumpers Caterine Ibargüen from Colombia, and Venezuelan Yulimar Rojas, who are expected to engage in intense battles at major competitions this year, including the Lima Pan American Games and the World Championships in Doha.


The Havana Reporter No.5/ 16 de marzo, 2019The next steps in Cuba´s new constitutional process following the February 24 referendum are among the highlights of The Havana Reporter´s fifth issue of the year, published March 16. The tightening of the U.S. blockade against Cuba through the Helms-Burton Act is also discussed in this issue, which offers the reader further information on the island´s efforts to boost its tourism and foreign trade. Details about the sixth Havana World Music Festival and the recent Habano Festival are cultural events also highlighted in this issue. This issue also brings the reader closer to information about the meeting of Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leaders, where they agreed upon taking action to strengthen regional unity in order to confront the changing global scenario. The challenges and aspirations of Cuban baseball on the road to the 2020-Tokyo Olympic Games are also discussed in this issue.


The Havana Reporter No.5/ 16 de marzo, 2019The next steps in Cuba´s new constitutional process following the February 24 referendum are among the highlights of The Havana Reporter´s fifth issue of the year, published March 16. The tightening of the U.S. blockade against Cuba through the Helms-Burton Act is also discussed in this issue, which offers the reader further information on the island´s efforts to boost its tourism and foreign trade. Details about the sixth Havana World Music Festival and the recent Habano Festival are cultural events also highlighted in this issue. This issue also brings the reader closer to information about the meeting of Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leaders, where they agreed upon taking action to strengthen regional unity in order to confront the changing global scenario. The challenges and aspirations of Cuban baseball on the road to the 2020-Tokyo Olympic Games are also discussed in this issue.


The Havana Reporter No.2/ Jan 31, 2019The February 24 referendum in Cuba and Havana´s International Book Fair are among the highlights of The Havana Reporter's second issue of the year, published January 31.

Cuba´s position regarding its relations with the United States of America is also featured in this issue, which brings the reader in depth information on the island´s tourism industry, culture and its environmental protection efforts. 

Other articles focus on the elections scheduled for next May in Bolivia, President Donald Trump´s immigration policy and Peru´s preparations for the Pan American Games, hosted in the capital city of Lima from July 26-August 11.
 


The Havana Reporter No.2/ Jan 31, 2019The February 24 referendum in Cuba and Havana´s International Book Fair are among the highlights of The Havana Reporter's second issue of the year, published January 31.

Cuba´s position regarding its relations with the United States of America is also featured in this issue, which brings the reader in depth information on the island´s tourism industry, culture and its environmental protection efforts. 

Other articles focus on the elections scheduled for next May in Bolivia, President Donald Trump´s immigration policy and Peru´s preparations for the Pan American Games, hosted in the capital city of Lima from July 26-August 11.
 


The Havana Reporter No.1/ Jan 16, 2019Launched in early 1959, Operation Truth,  the response to misinformation campaigns against the then emerging Cuban Revolution, is featured among the highlights of this year´s first issue of The Havana Reporter, published January 16.

Other articles focus on economic relations between Cuba and Canada, the largest issuing market of tourists to the Caribbean island, and the challenges of the new Constitution Cubans will vote on in a referendum on February 24.

The reader will also find details of the Jazz Festival Plaza, which will close on January 20, as well as of the film El regreso (The Return), starring, written and directed by a woman, Blanca Rosa Blanco.

This year´s first issue of The Havana Reporter includes articles on President Jair Bolsonaro´s plans to allow the possession of weapons in Brazil and the Mayan Train, a Mexican project to be implemented in the Yucatan peninsula which will support efforts against poverty.


The Havana Reporter No.1/ Jan 16, 2019Launched in early 1959, Operation Truth,  the response to misinformation campaigns against the then emerging Cuban Revolution, is featured among the highlights of this year´s first issue of The Havana Reporter, published January 16.

Other articles focus on economic relations between Cuba and Canada, the largest issuing market of tourists to the Caribbean island, and the challenges of the new Constitution Cubans will vote on in a referendum on February 24.

The reader will also find details of the Jazz Festival Plaza, which will close on January 20, as well as of the film El regreso (The Return), starring, written and directed by a woman, Blanca Rosa Blanco.

This year´s first issue of The Havana Reporter includes articles on President Jair Bolsonaro´s plans to allow the possession of weapons in Brazil and the Mayan Train, a Mexican project to be implemented in the Yucatan peninsula which will support efforts against poverty.