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Cuba: The Protest That Art Anticipated

The protests of July 11 in Cuba were not called by artists, nor led by intellectuals, nor...

Amnesty or Dismissal: How to Free the 11J Protesters?

The request for amnesty as a solution to the detention and criminal prosecution of hundreds of people...

Trials Begin for Cuba Protesters without Defense Attorneys

“Summary” proceedings to sentence participants in the July 11th protests for crimes of inciting public disorder and...

Editorial | Popular Revolt in Cuba: The Coming Community

On Sunday, July 11, Cubans embarked on a journey of no return to the future. Determined to...

Cuba: The End of Exceptionality

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

Men Made of Marble

Ah, the drive of nationalism. How deep it settles in, how it eats away at any attempt...

Schmittians of the Caribbean

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

Who is Karla Pérez and why is the Cuban government forbidding her return to Cuba?

Karla Pérez (Cienfuegos, 1998), the young Cuban woman whom the Cuban government prohibited from returning to her...