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Walking on Solid Ground

Published April 5, 2009

On April 2nd, while the G-20 Summit Meeting was beginning and ending in London, the well-known journalist of the influential Washington Post, Karen De Young, wrote: “Senator Richard G. Lugar called on President Obama to appoint a special envoy to initiate direct talks with the island’s communist government.… | more |

Why Is Cuba Being Excluded?

Published April 4, 2009

Yesterday on Thursday April 3rd, at midday, I had an almost two-hour meeting with Daniel Ortega and his wife Rosario Murillo.… | more |

Obama’s Song

Published April 3, 2009

At a 2:30 press conference, Cuban time, after the G-20 Summit concluded, the president of the United States declared that unemployment has reached its highest level in 26 years in his country.… | more |

The Start of the Summit

Published April 2, 2009

Today the G-20 Summit began. The experts in economic matters have made an enormous effort. Some, with experience in important international positions; others, as learned researchers. The subject is a complex one, the language is new and demands that we be familiar with the terms, the economic facts, the international agencies and the political leaders who have the greatest weight on the international scene. Therefore, our desire to simplify and to explain intelligibly what is happening in London, just as I see it.… | more |

What Notimex Didn’t Say

Published April 1, 2009

Early on Tuesday March 31st, I read a Notimex news cable dated the 30th; it stated, verbatim:… | more |

Another Great Problem in Today’s World

Published April 1, 2009

The financial crisis is not the only problem; there is another that is worse because it deals not with the production and distribution methods but with existence itself. I am referring to climate change. Both are present and will be discussed at the same time.… | more |

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