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Interview: João Cerqueira, Author of ‘The Tragedy of Fidel Castro’

CAPA NOVA

"I love making up stories. I create a world; I people it with characters; I unleash conflicts and offer solutions (that don’t always work)." Read More »

Jay-Z and Beyonce Cuban Trip Highlights US Travel Embargo

If Jay-Z and Beyonce can travel to Cuba, why can't we? Read More »

North Korea’s Intimidation Strategy – Time for the U.S. to Get Some Headlines Too

Mr. Obama should name Dennis Rodman as Ambassador to North Korea. Read More »

Venezuelan Strongman Hugo Chavez Dead at 58

Hugo Chavez: Blackguard, buffoon, or something in between? Read More »

TV Review: Cuban Missile Crisis—Three Men Go to War

Cuban Missile Crisis—Three Men Go to War marks the 50th anniversary of the 13 days that shook the world. Read More »

DVD Review: Fidel

Powerful 1969 documentary of Fidel Castro. Read More »

Book Review: Habanera: A Portrait of a Cuban Family by Teresa Dovalpage

An authentic depiction of life in Fidel Castro's Cuba. Read More »

Book Review: I’m Over All That: And Other Confessions by Shirley MacLaine

Shirley MacLaine goes out on a limb - again. This time she leans forward from a more rooted tree. Read More »

Interview with Teresa Dovalpage, Author of Habanera

Teresa has a Ph.D. in Latin American Literature and is the author of five novels and a collection of short stories. Read More »

Book Review: Bacardi and the Long Fight for Cuba: The Biography of a Cause by Tom Gjelten

The politically potent family in American geo-politics. Read More »