You knew he was anti-capitalist, but did you know he was anti-Coke Zero?
The assassination of President John F. Kennedy is a national tragedy mired in myth, captivating Americans even decades after the case was closed. But as authors and historians continue to ponder the players involved in the plot …
“Raul knew that at this time I wouldn’t accept any role in the party.”
— FIDEL CASTRO, writing a column on state-run site Cuba Debate, announcing his resignation from his leadership position in Cuba’s Communist Party; he …
“The Cuban model doesn’t even work for us anymore.”
– FIDEL CASTRO, during an interview with The Atlantic‘s Jeffrey Goldberg, explaining that the country’s Communist model gives the state too much economic power (via The Atlantic)
As the summer comes to a close, Cuba’s former commander rolled a fall classic out of his closet. Was it a sign of greater involvement or just a plain-old guise?
Twitter is now catching on in Latin America faster than in any other region.
The Communist Manifesto isn’t the only book on the former Cuban dictator’s mantel.
The New York Times reports that the Obama administration is planning to make it easier for Americans to travel to Cuba.
No, Fidel Castro is not dead. He has been schmoozing and making public appearances over the past month.