Public Policy

Guantanamo Bay becomes the most expensive prison in the world

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Guantanamo Bay is now the most expensive prison in the world. It was established nearly 18 years ago to detain suspected terrorists in Cuba, Guantanamo Bay.  The U.S. government has spent USD$161.5 […]

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politics

José Julián Martí Pérez- Part 1

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José Julián Martí Pérez- Part 1 Jose Marti was born on 28 January, 1853 and left the world on 19 May, 1895. He was treated as a Cuban national hero and also […]

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Revolution

Ernesto Guevara: The Great Revolutionary

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Ernesto Guevara: The Great Revolutionary Ernesto Guevara was a great Cuban Revolutionary who was born in June, 1928 in Santa Fe, Argentina. He did a lot in his short life of just 39 […]

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Trade

Tourism is Not Always Good for the Economy

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TOURISM IS NOT ALWAYS GOOD FOR THE ECONOMY  Andrea Jones-Rooy of five-thirty-eight has written a great article quoting the most recent economic research arguing that tourism does not necessarily lead to economic […]

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Public Policy

Donald Trump Against Cuba relations with USA

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Barrack Obama rejuvenated the relationships between Cuba relations with USA. He was the first president to visit Cuba since President Calvin Coolidge had visited Cuba in 1928. A whole century in between. […]

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Business / Uncategorized

Cuba plans to repay her $270 million debts with booze!!!

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CUBA TO PAY $270 MILLION DEBT USING BOOZE!!! It is interesting to note that the island nation is now cash-strapped and they want to pay their debts using alcohol beverage (rum) and […]

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Cuba

Castro once requested that US to be annihilated

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Fidel Castro Once requested the Soviet Union to Annihilate the US using Nuclear Weapons The Business Insider writer Michelle Mark reported that the Cuban leader Fidel Castor, once made a request to […]

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Cuba

What people said after Fidel Castro’s death will surprise you!

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FIDEL CASTRO’S DEATH TRIGGERED MIXED REACTIONS  Fidel Castro died and now Lian Neeson is the talk in town.  There is social media frenzy about the resemblance of the two individuals. Sample this: […]

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Public Policy

Sex for water – KEWASNET report

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Kenya Water and Sanitation Network (KEWASNET) released their 58-page report titled “Sex for Water”.    Sex for water, is a report focusing on how women are sexually exploited as they seek to […]

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Public Policy

Massive win for the Ogiek People in Reparations judgement at the African Court in Arusha (photos)

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The judgement of the Ogiek Case reparations hearing started today 23rd June 2022 at 11:09 am in Arusha, Tanzania.    Summary of the Ogiek Reparation judgement:   1) African Court judges unanimously dismissed […]

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