A panel of legal experts discussed the issue of confiscated properties in Cuba.
FIU has joined forces with StartUp Cuba to offer a summer program designed to foster and support entrepreneurship in Cuba.
The Christian Science Monitor reports on the rising number of Cubans trying to reach the U.S. through Central America. "There's a large cohort of Cubans that are frustrated," says CRI Director Jorge Duany, "especially younger people that don't find a future in Cuba."
The Cuban Research Institute is pleased to announce the 11th annual installment of its "Classically Cuban" series, featuring the Grammy and Emmy award-winning artist Albita Rodríguez.
Dr. Jorge Gutiérrez will discuss a project led by the National Botanic Garden of Cuba to revise and update a previous study of the Island's flora, produced between 1946 and 1969.
In this study of Cuba's economic development under communism, Dr. Jorge Salazar-Carrillo and Andro Nodarse-León find that the island has gone backward since the Cuban Revolution in 1959.