Manuel E. Yepe

Manuel E. Yepe is a lawyer, economist and journalist. He is a professor at the Higher Institute of International Relations in Havana.

My Last Farewell to Armando Hart

Using Fear to Strike at Cuban Tourism

Poor Puerto Rico

The October Missile Crisis, 55 Years Later

The Origins of the Cuban-American Mafia in Miami

Chávez was to Bolívar What Fidel was to Martí

Acoustic Manipulation Against Cuba

Cuba Recovered and Open for Business

Hurricanes and the Blockade Against Cuba

Putin Warns Against Hysteria About DPRK

Soviet October in the Yankee Imagination

Venezuela Rejects Violence and Wins

Venezuela on the Cuban Road

The Vicious Cyber-War Against Venezuela

Memoirs of a CIA Mercenary

Havana Shall Not be Gentrified

North Korea’s Antidote to the US

The Other War Crime in the Balkans

The New Cold War Between the US and China

Tourism and Religion Go Hand-in-Hand in the Caribbean

Colombia: In the Final Stage Before Peace

Brexit Takes Root in the Caribbean

Sanders, Socialism and the New Times

Brazil: the Southern Giant Will Have to Fight

Capitalism is the Opposite of Democracy

Stubborn Capitalism Won’t Leave Cuba Alone

A Contradictory Vision of Small Business in Cuba

Trump, Sanders and the Exhaustion of a Political Model

A Cruise Ship Without Tourists Arrives in Havana

Think Tanks and the US Power Elite

The Big Lies and the Small Lies

The People of the USA will Have the Final Word

The Return of the Coup in Latin America