Join us on the Rosie Hackett Bridge, Dublin, Ireland at 5pm on Friday 18th September 2015 to protest against the continuing blockade of Cuba.
So here we have proof of Irish Times bias. What even the US President can call “a failed policy” the Irish Times characterises as “mutual”. […]
US Ambassadors Residence protest Cuba Support Group Ireland will demonstrate outside the US Ambassadors Residence in Phoenix Park, Dublin today, 3 July 2015, to draw […]
Bernie will be with the Cuban 5 and Cuba forever By: Iliana García Giraldino photos: Karoly Emerson The rhythmic sound of the waves and the […]
No one should expect Cuba to renounce the ideas for which it has struggled for more than a century, and for which its people have shed lots of blood and run the biggest risks in order to improve its relations with the United States.
Cuba Support Group Ireland is pleased to announce that it is a sponsor of the International Commission of Enquiry into the case of the […]
The Secret History of How Cuba Helped End Apartheid Cuba is the only country in the world that sent its armed forced to confront Apartheid.
“The defeat of the apartheid army served as an inspiration to the struggling people of South Africa. Without the defeat of Cuito Cuanavale our organizations would not have been legalized. The defeat of the racist army in Cuito Cuanavale made it possible for me to be here with you today.” – Nelson Mandela, Cuba, 1991.
The Cuban Interests Section in Washington, D.C., has reiterated to the U.S. Department of State the legal duty of the U.S. Government to meet the commitments undertaken under the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations of April 18, 1961, and the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations of April 24, 1963, which stipulate that the receiving State shall accord full facilities for the performance of the functions of the diplomatic corps.
Consider for a moment what would happen if American intelligence agents on the ground in a foreign country uncovered a major terrorist plot, with enough time to prevent it. And then consider how Americans would react if authorities in that country, rather than cooperate with us, arrested and imprisoned the U.S. agents for operating on their soil.