For 13 days in October 1962 the world watched Cuba with bated breath. What was the view like from the epicentre of the missile crisis?
Tracing the decline of socialism through the lives of ordinary Cubans.
I Embrace You With All My Revolutionary Fervor: Letters 1947-1967 by Che Guevara collects the deft epistolary prose of the self-styled prophet.
Holding court to the world in a hotel in Harlem.
Cuba’s built heritage owes a personal debt.
The author’s trips to Cuba had an impact on more than just literature.
Were US-Cuban relations soured for the want of ten dollars?
Roger Hudson sheds light on an 1898 image of US soldiers fighting alongside Cubans to end Spanish rule on the Caribbean island.
Arnold Whitridge offers his survey of American relations with Cuba from the intervention of 1898 down to Castro’s Revolution.
During a short-lived phase of expansionism the United States wrested Cuba and the Philippines from their Spanish rulers.