How to End the Pattern of Intimidation and Repression in Cuba

Severe repression in Cuba is a common occurrence throughout the recent history of the nation. Citizens are unable to practice freedom of expression without retaliation from the communist-controlled government. The fear of ...

Elections in Cuba: What’s the Point in Voting?

Elections in Cuba are just a deception of a democratic process, vastly different from countries throughout the world. The long-running Communist Party in Cuba uses the illusion of free elections to maintain power and control....

A Look at the Cuban Government’s Role in Venezuela’s Downfall

Cuba and Venezuela have built a mutually dependent relationship over the past two decades that has involved numerous illegal activities. Cuba has played a vital role in the downfall of Venezuela's economy by exploiting ...

Without A Castro In Power, Will Cuba Change?

After Raul Castro announced the death of Fidel Castro in 2016, the world held its breath, awaiting what would happen next in one of the world’s remaining Communist countries. Fidel had been in power for nearly 50 years, ...

Miguel Diaz-Canel: A Look at the New Shadow Puppet President of Cuba

  When Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermuúdez assumed the office of President in Cuba, some were hopeful that a departure from the Castro family might allow for reforms and democratization efforts. Unlike his withdrawn, secretive ...

The Foundation for Human Rights in Cuba (FHRC) is a 501c3 nongovernmental organization established to empower Cuban Civil Society in its struggle to build a free and democratic Cuba