Years after creating the Che Guevara poster that still adorns student bedrooms around the world, Irish artist Jim Fitzpatrick is delighted at its ubiquity.
Fidel Castro and Raul Castro articles on Democracy Chronicles
The Castro Brothers ruled Cuba for decades starting in 1959. Fidel Castro was a Cuban communist revolutionary turned dictator who died in 2016. His brother Raul ruled the country briefly after Fidel's death. See our articles on Cuba and Socialism as well.
Why Cuban Farmers Shrug Off Promise Of Private Ownership
Cuba’s small farmers say island will not feed itself without broader reform of state-run agriculture, should constitution allow private property ownership.
Public Debates on Cuba’s Constitution Can Be Makings Of Democracy
The most surprising move in this is that citizens have been invited to discuss the new Constitution. It seems there is opening to transform Cuba into a Socialist republic. Let’s hope these debates will be rigorous.
New Cuban President Changes Government Style, Not Substance
Some hoped he might move quickly to breathe new life into reforms aimed at modernizing one of the world’s last communist-run countries
Cuba Updating Constitution But Without Political Reforms
The current constitution was adopted four decades ago at a time when Cuba was a pillar of the Soviet Bloc
VIDEO: Will Life Change Under Cuba’s Next President?
Here’s a look at Mr. Castro’s handpicked successor and what’s ahead for the communist country
Cuba’s Miguel Diaz-Canel to be Selected as New President
Cuba’s legislature began the process of electing the country’s first president outside the Castro family
As Castro steps down, challenges await new Cuban president
Cuban President Raul Castro prepares to step down next month, ending his family’s six-decade grip on power
Raul Castro’s daughter could be Cuba’s next president
Mariela Castro Espin, the daughter of Raul Castro, has been nominated as a deputy for Parliament
Raul Castro Preparing to Step Down as President of Cuba
Cuban leader Raul Castro has announced the beginning of the end of his presidency