Ron DeSantis was a 27-year-old Navy lawyer fresh out of Harvard Law School when he arrived in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, amid an escalating crisis at the U.S. military base.
Hundreds of “enemy combatants,” held without charges, had gone on hunger strikes.
DEMOCRACY NOW: Cuban Diplomat on U.S. Blockade, Havana’s Homegrown Vaccines & Biden’s Hypocrisy on Human Rights
Just Foreign Policy (@justfp) today tweeted an excerpt of an interview with Ben Rhodes (@brhodes), former Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Communications and Speechwriting under President Barack Obama. In the video, […]
Author: Steve Ludlam, Department of Politics. University of Sheffield, UK This paper was originally presented at the VII Inter-American Meeting on Labour Law and Social Security in Havana, Cuba, March 2012. Introduction: […]
See the ad about Luis Posada that ran in the New York Times Statement of Venezuelan Ambassador on Posada Carriles’ Case September 28, 2005 Judge hints Posada will stay in U.S. September […]