Nelson Valdes

Nelson P. Valdes is Professor Emeritus at the University of New Mexico.

The Road Less Traveled: Cuba and Black America

Pop Social Darwinism in Contemporary American Capitalist Society: the Marketization of Che as Individualist Symbol

Cuba, OFAC, Fines and Extraterritoriality

Cuba: From Machistas Leninistas to Educating Homophobes

Fidel and the Good People

From Chief of State to Writer, Fidel’s Transition Without Trauma

Revelation and the Fashionable: Or Writing About Cuba

Is Fidel Castro Outside or Part of Mainstream Thinking? A Selection of Quotes

Cuba and the Future: a Great Debate Has Just Begun

The Traveling Salesman President in Cuba

The Promotion of US Law in Cuba: Some Issues to Consider During the US Presidential Visit

Normalizing Relations With Cuba: Has the U.S. Learned Its Lesson?

An Internet Legend: the Pope, Fidel and the Black President

Saul Landau: Make It Better

Natural Disasters and Planning: the Cuban State and Popular Participation

Normalizing Relations With Cuba With Equivalent Humanitarian Acts

Fidel at 87

Cuba (New Mexico) Applies to USAID

The Zurbano Controversy

Fidel in Haiku Mode

The CIA and Castro: an Undying Obsession

Environmental Internationalism


Solidarity for Never

The Context of Cuba’s Crisis