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Is this the end of the Cuban dictatorship?

The Cuban regime uses a similar argument as China to justify its rhetorical model of "socialist, local, original, democratic and participatory development" and keep the dictatorship unchanged. In fact, during its Universal Periodic Review at the UN Human Rights Council, held on May 1st, 2013, the Cuban dictatorship affirmed that it does not accept any universal model of democracy.

Ensayos progresistas desde Cuba. Los escritos que el régimen consideraba un atentado contra la paz internacional (Progressive essays from Cuba. The writings that the regime considered a threat to international peace)

  • By Manuel Cuesta Morúa
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Human rights, North Korea and Latin America

Despite of not having the communications of the developed democracies during the Universal Periodic Review of North Korea at least the majority of the Latin American countries voted on November 18th in favor of the critical resolution about the situation of human rights in this country and like that the political division of the region was shown again.

Infocracia. Poder político, medios de comunicación y derecho a la libertad de expresión en Venezuela (Infocracy: political power, the media and the right to free speech in Venezuela)

  • By Andrés Cañizález
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Del autoritarismo a la democracia: La experiencia polaca (From authoritarianism to democracy: the Polish experience)

  • By CADAL
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The constitutional debate from a citizens perspective

The Constitutional Consensus has several important added values. The participating citizens begin to grant meaning to specific and historic information concerning constitutional topics. This has led them to gather ideas, texts and documents relation to the constitutional history of Cuba as well as from other parts of the world.

Why am I not at LASA?

Because I organized a panel for LASA 2014 titled “Cuba: The Memory of Democracy,” my country’s government remembered I am an “enemy of international peace” and subjects me, once again, to a Cautionary Measure that had been suspended a month earlier.

A Double Challenge: to the Cuban Dictatorship and the Regional and International Complicity

The challenge of the Forum was not only addressed to the Cuban dictatorship but also to the other member states of the CELAC, to the developed democracies which have embassies in Havana and the officials of regional organizations such as the OAS and the EU and international bodies such as the UN.

Burma`s Transition to Democracy

Testimony on the «II ForoAlternativo» to the CELAC Summit in Havana: a political success

Global Development: Democracy, Market and Transparency 2013: Editor's note

  • By Gabriel C. Salvia y Hernán Alberro
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Repression in Cuba: Indifference is Unacceptable

The CELAC, the Cuban regime and the defense of democracy

 

Premio a la Diplomacia Comprometida en Cuba 2013-14

  • By CADAL
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Corea del Norte ante su segundo Examen Periódico Universal

  • By Léo Moreau
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Guinea Ecuatorial ante su segundo Examen Periódico Universal en el Consejo de Derechos Humanos de la ONU

  • By Léo Moreau
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Eritrea ante su segundo Examen Periódico Universal en el Consejo de Derechos Humanos de la ONU

  • By Léo Moreau
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El Examen Periódico Universal de Camerún en el Consejo de Derechos Humanos de la ONU

  • By Léo Moreau
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China ante su segundo examen periódico universal en el Consejo de Derechos Humanos de la ONU

  • By Léo Moreau
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El Examen Periódico Universal de la República de África Central

  • By Léo Moreau
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Bahréin ante su segundo examen periódico universal

  • By Léo Moreau
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El segundo examen de Arabia Saudita en el Consejo de Derechos Humanos de la ONU

  • By Alexander Doler
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El segundo examen de Chad ante el Consejo de Derechos Humanos de la ONU

  • By Léo Moreau
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Is this the end of the Cuban dictatorship?

The Cuban regime uses a similar argument as China to justify its rhetorical model of "socialist, local, original, democratic and participatory development" and keep the dictatorship unchanged. In fact, during its Universal Periodic Review at the UN Human Rights Council, held on May 1st, 2013, the Cuban dictatorship affirmed that it does not accept any universal model of democracy.

Human rights, North Korea and Latin America

Despite of not having the communications of the developed democracies during the Universal Periodic Review of North Korea at least the majority of the Latin American countries voted on November 18th in favor of the critical resolution about the situation of human rights in this country and like that the political division of the region was shown again.

The constitutional debate from a citizens perspective

The Constitutional Consensus has several important added values. The participating citizens begin to grant meaning to specific and historic information concerning constitutional topics. This has led them to gather ideas, texts and documents relation to the constitutional history of Cuba as well as from other parts of the world.

Why am I not at LASA?

Because I organized a panel for LASA 2014 titled “Cuba: The Memory of Democracy,” my country’s government remembered I am an “enemy of international peace” and subjects me, once again, to a Cautionary Measure that had been suspended a month earlier.

A Double Challenge: to the Cuban Dictatorship and the Regional and International Complicity

The challenge of the Forum was not only addressed to the Cuban dictatorship but also to the other member states of the CELAC, to the developed democracies which have embassies in Havana and the officials of regional organizations such as the OAS and the EU and international bodies such as the UN.

Burma`s Transition to Democracy

Testimony on the «II ForoAlternativo» to the CELAC Summit in Havana: a political success

Repression in Cuba: Indifference is Unacceptable

The CELAC, the Cuban regime and the defense of democracy

 

Global Development: Democracy, Market and Transparency 2013: Editor's note

  • By Gabriel C. Salvia y Hernán Alberro
Read
 

Ensayos progresistas desde Cuba. Los escritos que el régimen consideraba un atentado contra la paz internacional (Progressive essays from Cuba. The writings that the regime considered a threat to international peace)

  • By Manuel Cuesta Morúa
Read

Infocracia. Poder político, medios de comunicación y derecho a la libertad de expresión en Venezuela (Infocracy: political power, the media and the right to free speech in Venezuela)

  • By Andrés Cañizález
Read

Del autoritarismo a la democracia: La experiencia polaca (From authoritarianism to democracy: the Polish experience)

  • By CADAL
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