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The Havana Reporter

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.


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.


Details of Cuba´s International Tourism Fair and the island´s new parliament are among the highlights of The Havana Reporter´s latest issue, dated April 30th.

This issue also takes a look at the Cuban Arts Festival: From the Island to the World, which the John F. Kennedy Center, in Washington D.C., will host beginning May 8th and where the Caribbean nation will be represented by a large delegation.

On regional affairs, relations between the United States of America and Latin America are discussed in the light of the 8th Summit of the Americas, hosted by Peru in mid-April.

 
 

Circulating since April 16, this year´s seventh issue of  The Havana Reporter brings the reader details of the Cuban Art: From the Island to the World” Festival which the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. will host from May 8-June 3rd. This initiative is organized by the Cuba Ministry of Culture too.

Other articles on Cuba discuss the island´s strengthened relations with African nations, the increasing presence of women in Parliament and director Fernando Perez´s latest production Insumisas (Non-submissive women).

On regional affairs, this issue takes a look at relations between the U.S. and Latin America under President Donald Trump.

 


Circulating on March 29, the sixth issue of this year´s Havana Reporter analyzes the U.S. government´s increasing hostility towards Cuba in one of its highlight articles. Other topics include Cuban-Japanese relations, the Caribbean island´s culture, tourism and sports. 

Moreover, in the regional spotlight, this issue takes a look at the upcoming 8th Summit of the Americas to be held in Lima, Peru as well as the return of Sebastian Piñera to Chile's presidency.

 


Cuba´s actions to protect the environment and to fight climate change are among the topics discussed in the latest issue of  The Havana Reporter, dated March 16.

 This issue also includes articles on the island´s tourism, culture and sports. Moreover, relations between the United States and Mexico and China´s growing investments in Latin America and the Caribbean are also discussed.


This year's fourth issue of The Havana Reporter, dated February 26, features articles on topics ranging from regional politics, sports, culture and tourism, and gender wage gaps.

 The issue takes a closer look at Cuba's upcoming elections, human trafficking in Latin America and the Caribbean, and the US foreign policy in Venezuela. Articles also discuss Colombia´s fragile peace deal, as well as wage gaps as significant obstacles to gender equality.


Dated February 14, the latest issue of  The Havana Reporter features articles on Cuba´s safety and friendliness as major assets of its tourist industry and the recent unveiling of  the José Martí statue in Havana, a replica of the one created 60 years ago by renowned  U.S. sculptor Anna Hyatt Huntington for New York’s Central Park.

Other articles related to Cuba focus on the upcoming Habanos Festival and the Caribbean island´s ties with the European Union.

Another highlight of this issue is an examination of the Trump Administration´s anti-Cuban cyber project.

Regionally, we also take a look at the situation of Latin America and the Caribbean as the world´s most unequal region in wealth distribution.


Circulating since January 31, the second issue of this year´s Havana Reporter includes articles on Cuba´s migration policy, the country´s economic growth prospects for 2018 and its upcoming tourism fair, which will take place again in Cayo Santa Maria, in the central region of the Cuban archipelago.

 Havana’s International Book Fair, running through February 15, is also featured in this issue, including details of the exhibition honoring the greatest figure in Spanish literature, Miguel de Cervantes, open at the Gran Teatro de La Habana until April 30.

 Other highlights of this issue include the technological tsunami challenging Latin America and Caribbean countries´ reactions to US president Donald Trump´s recent insults toward Haiti.