President Raúl Castro insisted, “To develop unity within diversity, cohesive action, and respect for differences will remain our primary purpose and an inescapable necessity,” speaking January 28, during the Third CELAC Summit in Costa Rica.
Less than a year after entering the White House, President Donald Trump announced the new National Security Strategy of the United States on December 18, 2017
Following months of investigations and four visits to the island the FBI has uncovered no evidence of the alleged “sonic attacks” against U.S. diplomatic personnel in Cuba
The country that presents itself as a universal model of democracy does not meet the basic standards of a system in which the majority makes decisions
During discussion at the important regional event, Cuban leader José Ramón Balaguer affirmed that, if the Sao Paulo Forum had not been created, Latin America’s fate would have been different.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon expressed his hope that Colombians make this peace process a national project
They are trying, but failing, to win elections. Conservatives are trying: the economic powers are attempting it; the old right – with a new discourse - is agonizing over it; they are plotting in the North to try to continue to control the South. But they are failing.
FARC-EP Commander in Chief, Timoleón Jiménez, thanked the leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro and Army General Raúl Castro, president of the Councils of State and Ministers of Cuba, for the island’s role in peace efforts
President Díaz-Canel completes visit to the Democratic People’s Republic of Laos, the last stop on his international tour that included Russia and four Asian countries
The coalition calling for the mission wrote that they are “conscious of the history of foreign invasion … and the ignoble record of war, destruction, destabilization and territorial incursion which has frustrated Caribbean development, peace and stability”