Tag: Cuba

Men Made of Marble

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

The Parable of an Ideal. An Interview with Reynier...

For Reynier Leyva Novo (Havana, 1983), a hero is just that: the parable of an ideal, a...

Schmittians of the Caribbean

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

The Empty House of the Homeland

On February 27, a man of the people, a pie street vendor, was unjustly fined in the...

What is the 27N?

On the morning of November 27, 2020, a group of Cuban intellectuals and artists began a sit-in...

Último Jueves: civic debate or Potemkin agora?

In terms of civic debate, Cuba's academic and cultural scene reveals the poor offer of the officially...

The return to the origin of exile: understanding the...

One would expect a Cuban immigrant to be able to recognize a narcissistic autocrat at first sight;...

The Sound of Silence

In the last few days, as the latest protest by the San Isidro Movement has morphed from...