World Health Assembly: The World Should Be More like Cuba

“We will continue to prioritize development based on science, the health of the people over wealth, solidarity over selfishness in harsh times, despite the economic crisis, pandemics, and blockade,” the minister concluded. The world should be more like Cuba to become a better place.

Cuba in all its diversity

Cuba never lost its compass amidst challenges and difficulties, nor did it stop thinking about its future, which was particularly reflected in the approval of the Code of Families, the intense legislative schedule and the recent municipal elections, which undoubtedly constituted relevant moments in the national political agenda.

Cuba? – When is the Monroe Doctrine going to die?

The Monroe Doctrine is one of the many means by which the United States has been expanding its hegemonic eagerness over the Latin American and Caribbean region since the early stages of its existence as a nation, Rodriguez pointed out. Over the years, he added, this policy has been reworked and adjusted.

Cuba Shows How to Take Action on Climate Change

Cuba, a small island besieged by the United States, is taking concrete measures to reorient its economy in the fight against climate change. It’s an example that the whole world should take seriously.