By FHR Cuba - 02 July, 2019

BEING A CUBAN REPRESSOR IS NOT GOOD BUSINESS

For decades, Cuba’s State Security officer Saul Santos Ferro applied himself to keep the enemies of the Revolution at bay in the prisons of western Cuba. They were...

By FHR Cuba - 24 June, 2019

A new type of protest: #BajenLosPreciosDeInternet

When the only Internet access points in Cuba were still some closely monitored navigation rooms, the State Telecommunications Company of Cuba, ETECSA, already had...

By FHRC - 18 June, 2019

Cubans they are, imbeciles they are not

Trapped in a complicated economic situation, the Cuban government invites the exiles to invest in the island. But to invest now would not only mean to accept...

By FHR Cuba - 11 June, 2019

Who is really impacted by the suspension of Cruises to Cuba?

Since the times of President Kennedy, as a way to isolate the communist government of Cuba, it has been prohibited for Americans to travel to the island. And...

By FHR Cuba - 03 June, 2019

FHRC & CONNECT CUBA: AN IMPORTANT VICTORY OVER CENSORSHIP AND TECHNOLOGICAL BACKWARDNESS.

The Foundation for Human Rights in Cuba (FHRC) – especially its Connect Cuba program – rejoices in the victory that thousands of Cubans have just achieved over the...

By FHR Cuba - 29 May, 2019

By negotiating in Norway, Maduro gains time and relieves pressure

It’s like the never ending story: the legitimate, albeit itinerant, government of Juan Guaidó has shown its good will by accepting to dialogue in Norway with...