Viewing from September 2003

Article by Lord Colin Moynihan

Campaign News | Friday, 26 September 2003

Published in the Times, LondonPlenty to learn from Cuban philosophyBy Colin MoynihanTHE rain has gone, but in Cuba's Pan American stadium the heat and humidityare intense. The temperature has risen to in the region of 35C. It isTuesday and I am standing with Alberto Juantorena, the Cuban Olympic goldmedal-winner at ... read more

104 British MPs sign motion on Miami Five

Campaign News | Thursday, 11 September 2003

Early Day Motion 176Early Day Motion 176Signed by 104 MPs as of 11th September 2003 CUBAN MIAMI FIVEThat this House expresses concern at the trial and detention in the United States of America of Cuban nationals Antonio Guerrero Rodriguez, Fernando Gonzalez Llort, Gerardo Hernandez Nordelo, Ramon Labanino Salazar and Rene Gonzalez ... read more

British Trade Union Congress passes unanimous resolution in support of Cuba

Campaign News | Wednesday, 10 September 2003

Motion condemns US aggression against CubaSeptember 10th 2003British Trade Union Congress passes unanimous resolution in support of CubaMotion 83 CubaCongress condemns the intensifying and hostile attempts by the United States to undermine the self-determination and economic position of Cuba.Congress believes that further attempts to isolate and coerce Cuba represent dangerous ... read more

Noam Chomsky on Cuba, the Miami Five and Corporate Journalism

Campaign News | Wednesday, 10 September 2003

Telephone interview by Bernie Dwyer for www.cubadebate.cuTelephone interview by Bernie Dwyer for with Professor Noam Chomsky of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 28th August 2003. The agreed theme of the interview was ‘Corporate Journalism’ but, like all good interviews, the topic spread to take in many other themes - ... read more

Did U.S. Envoy Go Too Far?

Campaign News | Tuesday, 2 September 2003

US News reportDid U.S. Envoy Go Too Far? Critics say aggressive stance against Cuba may have led to backlash on dissidentsBy Letta TaylerLATIN AMERICA CORRESPONDENTNewsday, September 2, 2003Havana - Yankee capitalists hadn't courted Cuba this ardently since before the Communist revolution. Packing the opening day of a food vendors' fair ... read more