Cuba is not alone

Greece Stresses Americans' Feeling vs. Blockade on Cuba

GREECE,  February 17, 2014.- Zougla, one of the most visited news websites in Greece, stresses today that most of U.S. citizens, according to surveys, want a change in their government''s policy towards Cuba. The information is illustrated by a vignette by Brazilian artist Carlos Latuff, in which President Barack Obama is seen with a riffle on his shoulder at a round of surveillance from the wall of a prison whose walls, painted with the flag of bars, stars, and the word Embargo, locked the island of Cuba.

United States Former Governor Criticizes Blockade against Cuba

WASHINGTON, February 10, 2014.- Former governor of Florida, Charlie Crist, amid a campaing to lead this state again, qualified the United States blockade against Cuba as a "ineffective relic" and made an appeal to end this policy. The Democrat expressed in a press release that this coersive measure did not achieve anything during its 50 years of existence and it is time to lift it.

US Citizens Favor Normalization of Relations with Cuba

UNITED STATES,  February 11, 2014.- The majority of US citizens supports a change of policy regarding Cuba, after 50 years of blockade, according to a survey published today. The report written by the bipartisan Atlantic Council, expresses 56% of US citizens favor  a "change" of US policy towards Cuba.

Even more surprisingly is the position of Florida which was the state with the highest number of people aiming at better relations with Cuba.

Peruvians Ask Gov''t to Ratify Historic Stance vs. Blockade on Cuba

By Ileana Ferrer Fonte    

PERU, August 20, 2012.- The Peruvian government should ratify at the UN its historic stance to the U.S. blockade on Cuba, stated the 13th National Meeting of Solidarity with the island, recently concluded in this city.

Peru Demands Immediate Release for Cuban 5

Peruvians Ask Gov''t to Ratify Historic Stance vs. Blockade on Cuba

By Ileana Ferrer Fonte    

PERU, August 20, 2012.- The Peruvian government should ratify at the UN its historic stance to the U.S. blockade on Cuba, stated the 13th National Meeting of Solidarity with the island, recently concluded in this city.

Peru Demands Immediate Release for Cuban 5

Why Are We Still Stuck with Failed U.S. Policy on Cuba?

By Sam Webb*. Taken from Political Affairs
Over a half century is a long time, but the blockade of Cuba goes on, seemingly with no end in sight. When it was announced in October of 1960, and then tightened by President Kennedy two years later, who ever thought that it would still be in effect 50 years later? Then and now there is no good justification for this punitive policy. It is against the best interests of the U.S. as well as the Cuban people. Cuba is not a threat either to our security or to the countries of Latin America.

Why Are We Still Stuck with Failed U.S. Policy on Cuba?

By Sam Webb*. Taken from Political Affairs
Over a half century is a long time, but the blockade of Cuba goes on, seemingly with no end in sight. When it was announced in October of 1960, and then tightened by President Kennedy two years later, who ever thought that it would still be in effect 50 years later? Then and now there is no good justification for this punitive policy. It is against the best interests of the U.S. as well as the Cuban people. Cuba is not a threat either to our security or to the countries of Latin America.

Interview by Fernando Ravsberg to Johana Tablada, Deputy Director for North America at the Cuban Chancery

HAVANA,  February 9, 2012.- Johana Tablada, Deputy Director for North America at the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs, granted us an interview to discuss about the United States economic Embargo against Cuba, which has just arrived to its 50th anniversary under ten US Presidents.

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