Capital: La Habana
22° 00' North / 75° 49' West
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Legislative Initiatives in the 107th Congress (updated)
For International Affairs (U.S.A.)
activities in Cuba
Republican Institute (U.S.A.)
activities in Cuba
Human Rights Program
HIV/AIDS In Cuba
Cuban Energy Crisis Development
The energy crisis erupted on May 5 2004 due to a major mechanical breakdown at
Anonio Guiteras thermoelectric plant, 100 kilometres outside Havana. At one point it was believed that the problem had been solved, but the plant went down again, and a final solution could still be months away.
Cuba Behind the News
See also newsfeeds:
Rusia China Brazil Cuba
Cuba Commentaries (Axis of Logic)
Energy Crisis (Vikiverse)
Reliability Energy News
(Odysen Renewable Energy Portal)
Cuba and China sign energy agreement
Cuba announced the signing of a shared production contract with the Chinese company SINOPEC to develop potential oil fields off the island's coast. Cuban energy officials said the agreement was signed Sunday during a ceremony attended by the Cuba's Basic Industry Minister Yadira García and the Chinese ambassador to Cuba, Li Lianfu.
(UPI, Feb. 2, 2005)
Worker to Worker
Canada-Cuba Labour Solidarity
PASTORS FOR PEACE
Provides press releases, updates & background on efforts to end the US blockade against Cuba and to bring relief supplies to its people.
from Pastors for Peace.
and the Treasury Department.
on The Seizure of Humanitarian Aid
In San Diego & Vermont!
Other Cuba Solidarity-Related
Web/Internet Sites (by Dana Simon)
International Federation of
Red Cross and Red Crescent
(Green Left Weekly / ZMag , Mar 15, 2005)
Who's Afraid Of Venezuela-Cuba Alliance?
(ZMag , Mar 14, 2005)
Rice: Cuba an 'outpost of tyranny,'
Venezuela a 'negative force'
Condoleezza Rice had harsh words for Cuba and Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez as she sketched out her Latin America policy at her Senate confirmation hearing. -- The Miami Herald,
Jan. 19, 2005
Venezuela Says Will
Not Tolerate U.S. Meddling
The U.S. government must respect Venezuela's sovereignty and stop meddling if it wants to improve ties with its fourth-largest oil supplier, Foreign Minister Ali Rodriguez said. He was responding to comments by Secretary of State-designate Condoleezza Rice who at her Senate confirmation hearing criticized President Hugo Chávez for what she called his autocratic measures at home and his negative influence in the region. (Reuters, Jan. 19, 2005)