Some useful links to maps, news sources, and Web sites on Cuba. Please
send any recommendations to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you and enjoy!
U.S. Trade with Cuba Promote Freedom or Subsidize Tyranny? CANF vs.
Granma International Digital Official Cuban government controlled news.
El Nuevo Herald Spanish language Web site of the Miami Herald
A Cuba Policy to Cheer from the National Review
Bitter pills from The Economist
Cuba is Different from National Review Online
Castro's fading Cuban dream from the BBC
Analysis of the Elian Gonzalez episode from the BBC
Cuba: None Too Sweet (a bad sugar harvest in Cuba). Economist (July 7-13, 2001).
Cuba's Debt. Economist (May 17, 2001).
The Rap Revolución: In Cuba, an Insistent Musical Voice is Pounding Home Its Points and Protests from the Washington Post
A Cuban Guru's Tip: Salad Dressing Makes Nice Hair Conditioner from the Wall Street Journal, September 16/17, 2006.
Cuba gets tough on tourism
from CNN March 3, 2005.
Journal for a very comprehensive set of links to art, culture,
food, music, history, photos, and research resources. Highly
CUBAWEB (an official Cuban site)
The Cuban-American National Foundation -- the major political organization for Cuban-Americans.
The Lexington Institute for essays/research papers on Cuban today.
Proceedings of the annual meetings of the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy.
Cuban history by an American who's unsympathetic to American policy.
U.S.-Cuba Trade and Economic Council, Inc. A resource for business.
Sugar Producers of Cuba, Inc. Cuba before the revoltion and today.
The Economic Impact of the Embargo with Respect to Cuba from the US International Trade Commission.
GENERAL INTEREST LINKS
Havana Journal for a very comprehensive set of links to art, culture, food, music, history, photos, and research resources. Highly recommended.
The Lonely Planet's section on Cuba.Cuba-Pictures.com is a photo gallery by David Stanley, original author of
Lonely Planet Cuba.
CubaNow.org for licensed travel to Cuba.
60 Places to Eat and Sleep in Cuba By: Professor John Gilderbloom
Guide to Paladares, B&Bs, and nightlife by Ted A. Henken
Cuba Connection Wanna know how to mix a mojito?
Maintained by William N. Trumbull. Updated 8/11/04