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June 23, 2020
Cuba and the Resolution 60
«Cuba's lack of commitment to the Universal System of Human Rights» (in Spanish: «La falta de compromiso de Cuba con el Sistema Universal de Derechos Humanos»), a report by analysts Brian Schapira and Roxana Perel, edited and presented by CADAL, is a superb investigation that crosses the sinuous itinerary of the Cuban government in human rights matters, parting from a moment of change and inflection in the main international body created by the United Nations to face global human rights challenges.
By Manuel Cuesta Morúa
February 4, 2014
Repression in Cuba: Indifference is Unacceptable
By Gabriel C. Salvia
January 20, 2014
The CELAC, the Cuban regime and the defense of democracy
By Gabriel C. Salvia and Manuel Cuesta Morúa
September 1st, 2013
Barómetro Legislativo 2012-2013 - Executive Summary
By Adrián Lucardi, Gabriel C. Salvia and María Delia Porta
June 28, 2012
Interview: Fernando Henrique Cardoso
By Gabriel C. Salvia
June 28, 2012
Chile: education and progress
By Florencia de la Cruz
June 15, 2012
Don’t Cry for Me, Cristina
By Gabriel C. Salvia
October 1st, 2007
Cunning Bolivarian socialism
By Carlos Sabino
September 15, 2007
An election with no jitters in Guatemala
By Carlos Sabino
August 6, 2007
The plurinational illusion
By Ricardo López Göttig
BOITEL IS ALIVE - Testimony on the Current Cuban Political Prison
By Gabriel C. Salvia and Hans Blomeier
February 20, 2007
Venezuela’s Uncertain Future
By Carlos Sabino
November 7, 2005
The Continent of Memory and Oblivion
By Ricardo López Göttig
October 3, 2005
Foreword to 'Boitel Vive'
By Gabriel C. Salvia and Hans Blomeier