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Sergio Chejfec: The Passenger Is Gone

“I will die in Paris with a rainstorm, / on a day I already remember.” I remembered...

From the Great Resignation to the Great Domestication

If the Great Resignation has achieved such a major impact, it is because it comes from the...

Colonized colonialism

If every time we remembered Robespierre we thought of the guillotine, we would not have such a...

Invading Cuba

On September 25, the Cuban government turned into exile the imprisonment of artist Hamlet Lavastida, which until...

Hegel in La Güinera: Dialectics of 7-11

To Boris Muñoz Whenever an American leftist tells me that he is a Marxist, my reply is the...

Parents and Systems

A few months ago, walking through Barranquilla, my city, I began to feel that a car was...

The State vs Luis Robles, or How to Turn a Political Prisoner into a Common Prisoner

They say that journalism is telling what someone does not want to be known. Perhaps, increasingly, it...

Against Tyranny (From St. Petersburg to San Isidro)

The resignation of a nonagenarian Raúl Castro as head of the Communist Party, the most important position...