Articles by

ARMANDO CHAGUACEDA

Armando Chaguaceda. Cuban political scientist and historian graduated from the University of Havana (Cuba) and the University of Veracruz (Mexico). Researcher specialized in government and political analysis, and country-expert of the V-Dem project. He studies the processes of democratization and self-cratization in Latin America and Russia.

How to Read the 11-15 Protest?

Seventy-two hours after 11-15, many are focusing exclusively —how could they not— on the departure from Cuba...

Cuba: The End of Exceptionality

The largest social protests in sixty years of post-revolutionary regime broke out in Cuba. As it happens...

Schmittians of the Caribbean

Sovereign is he who decides on the exception. Carl Schmitt Autocracies are political machines, implacable and resistant, that run...

The surprise and the maneuver: creative mobilization and authoritarian reaction in Cuba

                     He who despairs over an event is...

Cuba: the failure of the elites

One cannot serve today those who make history, one must serve those who are subject to it. Albert Camus What...