Recent Posts by Michael Collins

Mexican Elections: Oaxaca and Territory in Play – by Luis A. Gómez, Raquel Gutiérrez Aguilar and Cesol-Oaxaca

The elections of July 4, in fourteen Mexican states can be seen as a struggle for Mexican territories by diverse power groups, including the drug cartels. And in the case of Oaxaca, it is, furthermore, the exercise of its citizenship by an aggrieved population whose movement was defeated in 2006, and which has subsequently turned to voting as a manifestation of their rejection of Ulises Ruiz and the political group that he represents.

Strategic Dialogue: The Cuban Embargo

The Americas Program has published numerous critiques of the U.S. embargo on Cuba, as well as articles reviewing general U.S. policy towards Cuba. Contributors to the program will carry on and deepen such critiques. In the interests of sparking strategic dialogue and thinking about the future of U.S.-Cuba relations, we offer several summaries of recent essays and reports, followed by specific points of discussion.

The Case of the Cuban Five: American Justice as a Political Weapon

The decision by a Miami court on Tuesday October 13 to reduce Antonio Guererro’s life sentence to 22 years imprisonment  Continue Reading »

Obama Takes Step-by-Step Approach to Ending Obsolete Cuba Policies

The U.S. and Cuban governments announced on August 31 negotiations to resume direct postal service between the two nations. These  Continue Reading »

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