Tag: repression

José Raúl Gallego: “Journalism is Not Compatible with Totalitarianism”

José Raúl Gallego Ramos (Camagüey, 1986) graduated from the University of Havana in 2010 with a Bachelor’s...

Schmittians of the Caribbean

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

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...

Cuba: Fictionalize a possible country

1. Fiction as an irruption of the present time Nothing happens unless first we dreamed. Carl Sandburg This text is...

27N: Voices of a Protest

Scarcity is a constant category in any of the formulas that try to decipher Cuban reality. There...

MSI/27N: Watching from Afar, Feeling Very Close

Nothing is more natural than to emigrate. However, the conscience of the emigrant often unwittingly mocks the...

A Thousand Ways to Die in an Accident

There is a moment in the political struggle where there is no place for chance. Totalitarian states build...