Donald Trump

Trump unveils new Cuba trade and travel restrictions

US president says he is restoring some of the restrictions lifted after the Obama administration's detente with Cuba.

Cuba

Cuba rejects Trump's 'hostile rhetoric'

Government denounces new US restrictions on trade and travel, saying attempts to change its political system will fail.

Latin America

Disappointment in Cuba over US policy reversal

Hardline Cuban Americans may applaud President Trump's new restrictions on Cuba travel and trade. But most Cubans are disappointed. The large number of American visitors over the past two years had improved many people's livelihoods.

Opinion

Trump and his Cuban promises

It will be ordinary Cubans who will suffer from Trump's absurd foreign policy on Cuba.

Manuel Barcia

by Manuel Barcia

Manuel Barcia

Latin America

Trump unveils new restrictions on Cuba travel and trade

US President Donald Trump has unveiled a new policy towards Cuba, reversing parts of his predecessor’s normalisation process. New restrictions on travel and trade will be implemented but diplomatic relations will remain in place.

Latin America

Trump set to change US-Cuba policy

White House officials say the US president will stop short of fully reversing Obama-era policies.

Cuba

Cuban Americans warily await Trump's policy rethink

President Trump will visit Miami as early as Friday and may announce a rollback of Obama's detente with the island.

 Cuban Americans warily await Trump's policy rethink

The Listening Post

Cuba: The intersection of cinema and journalism

We examine the role film plays in Cuban journalism and political debate.

Latin America

Cuban graffiti artists take over Havana's streets

Urban artworks have been appearing on the streets of Havana. Previously, only state-sanctioned murals promoting the Cuban revolution were allowed. Al Jazeera’s Daniel Schweimler reports from Havana.

Latin America

More Cubans slowly gaining online access

For most Cubans the internet, which is about 20 years old, is only something their relatives overseas talk about.

The Listening Post

Revolutionary newsreels: Aesthetics of an avant-garde

Cuban media historian Mayra Alvarez talks about the legacy of the Noticiero ICAIC.

The Listening Post

When Cuban movie theatres delivered the news

We examine how El Noticiero ICAIC pushed the limits of news and visual storytelling from a Cuban perspective.

The Listening Post

Venezuela: Protests, propaganda and self-censorship

Venezuela's competing media narratives around protests. Plus, a look at when Cuban movie theatres delivered the news.

Latin America

Cuba concerns over US trade embargo

Less than three years ago, President Raul Castro and the then US president Barack Obama agreed to restore diplomatic relations after decades of animosity. But many Cubans are waiting for all US trade restrictions on their country to be lifted.

Poverty & Development

Watering down a revolution: Cuba's struggle for water

Cubans face a daily battle for drinking water as the country experiences one of its worst droughts in 100 years.

Watering down a revolution: Cuba's struggle for water