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The Havana Reporter

The Havana Reporter No.17/ Sept 16, 2018Published September 16, the latest issue of The Havana Reporter features an update of the losses incurred by the U.S.-led blockade against Cuba.

Another highlight of this year´s 17th edition is the recent visit to Havana by a U.S. religious group, which reaffirmed its rejection of the aforementioned hostile policy.  Other articles deal with topics related to Cuban sports, tourism and culture, including Havana’s upcoming International Film Festival.

The Caribbean countries´ efforts to establish the first climate smart zone in the world and the alarming number of  women homicides in Brazil are also among the highlights of this issue.


The Havana Reporter No.17/ Sept 16, 2018Published September 16, the latest issue of The Havana Reporter features an update of the losses incurred by the U.S.-led blockade against Cuba.

Another highlight of this year´s 17th edition is the recent visit to Havana by a U.S. religious group, which reaffirmed its rejection of the aforementioned hostile policy.  Other articles deal with topics related to Cuban sports, tourism and culture, including Havana’s upcoming International Film Festival.

The Caribbean countries´ efforts to establish the first climate smart zone in the world and the alarming number of  women homicides in Brazil are also among the highlights of this issue.


The Havana Reporter No.16/ Aug 31, 2018An update on tourist arrivals in Cuba is among the highlights of the latest issue of the Havana Reporter, published August 31.

This issue also features an article on the invitation to Cubans living abroad to comment on a draft constitution as part of the debate taking place in their homeland since August 13 and due to end November 15.

Other highlights focus on investment, sports and culture in Cuba, including details on the upcoming Havana International Ballet Festival.

The election of former Chilean President Michelle Bachelet as the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and relations between the European Union and Latin America and the Caribbean are also discussed in this issue.


Cubans are debating the draft of a new constitution through November 15, a process explained in this year´s 15th issue of  The Havana Reporter, published August 16. Other highlights of this number are Cuba´s relations with France and Vietnam, reinforced by Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian´s recent visit to Havana and the establishment of the ViMariel S.A. enterprise, respectively. Articles on the results of  Bolivia´s fight against drug-trafficking and the peace process in Colombia, where President Iván Duque took office on August 7, are also included in this issue.


Cuba-US relations in light of recent alleged incidents that hinder their progress are among the topics discussed in the 14th issue of  The Havana Reporter, published July 31.

The reader will also learn about aspects of Cuban society, including family planning and maternal health.

There are also details on the 23rd Pan-American Cocktail Championship and other touristic attractions, including the Art Fair in Havana.

Among regional topics, there are analyses of  US relations with Mexico and Canada.


Details of the forthcoming celebration of the 65th anniversary of the attack on the Moncada Garrison, on Juy 26, and its historical significance are discussed in the latest issue

of The Havana Reporter, dated July 16.

Other articles focus on the work of Pastors for Peace as a Bridge between The United States of America and Cuba, a recent agreement to preserve Ernest Hemingway´s heritage on the island and the programs to mark the 500th anniversary of the founding of Havana, in 2019.

President Donald Trump´s policy on immigration as a source of tensions in ties between the United States and Latin America and the Caribbean is also discussed in this issue.


Details of the forthcoming celebration of the 65th anniversary of the attack on the Moncada Garrison, on Juy 26, and its historical significance are discussed in the latest issue

of The Havana Reporter, dated July 16.

Other articles focus on the work of Pastors for Peace as a Bridge between The United States of America and Cuba, a recent agreement to preserve Ernest Hemingway´s heritage on the island and the programs to mark the 500th anniversary of the founding of Havana, in 2019.

President Donald Trump´s policy on immigration as a source of tensions in ties between the United States and Latin America and the Caribbean is also discussed in this issue.

 
 

Cuba´s anti-drug policy and draft on constitutional reforms are among the highlights of the latest issue of the Havana Reporter, published June 30.

Relations between Cuba and the United Sates, including calls from the latter for broader ties with the island are also discussed in this publication .

Other articles focus on the Caribbean nation´s cultural life, highlighted by Italian actor Franco Nero´s recent visit to Havana to shoot scenes for a joint-production with his hosts.

The issue also takes a look at Cuba´s world class long jumper Juan Miguel Echevarría and his latest performances.

The Cuban medical brigade´s support to Guatemalans following the tragedy caused by recent eruptions of the Volcano of Fire is also discussed as a major regional topic.




The strengthening of Cuba-Venezuela relations in various sectors on the occasion of President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermudez´s recent visit to Caracas is among the highlights of the latest issue of  The Havana Reporter, published June 15.

It also includes details on the growth of the tourism sector this year, the closing program of the Cuban Arts Festival in Washington D.C., featuring performances by Cuba´s National Ballet Company, and the recent Ernest Hemingway Fishing Tournament.     

Another article looks into the nomination of  Las Abuelas de la Plaza de Mayo for the Nobel Peace Prize in recognition of their struggle in support of  the victims of Argentina´s last dictatorship (1976-1983).

The growing presence of women in governmental positions in the region is also discussed in this issue.


Cuba´s priorities for its two-year term as President of  ECLAC (Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean) and its strengthened relations with the European Union are among the major topics discussed in the latest issue of  The Havana Reporter, published May 31
 
This issue, the 10th of the year, includes an analysis on the growing presence of Cuban women in politics as well as the island´s successful participation in the Artes de  Cuba Festival, held in Washington D.C.
 
Another highlight of this issue is an article on the upcoming soccer World Cup, where Argentina and Brazil are sending the region's strongest teams.
 

 

 

The Artes de Cuba Festival the U.S. capital is hosting through June 3rd is among the highlights of the latest issue of  The Havana Reporter, published May 16.

Other topics included in this issue are the celebration of Havana´s 500th anniversary next year and the release of a book portraying the lifestyle of Indo-Cubans living in the easternmost province, Guantanamo. The New York-based publishing house Campana has collaborated on this project.

Regarding  regional matters, the issue includes articles on hemispheric relations and the territorial conflict involving Guatemala and Belize, which will be taken to the International Court of Justice for a final ruling.