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First video is a seminar at the University of Buckingham

IISC launches YouTube Channel

The International Institute for the Study of Cuba now has its own dedicated YouTube Channel and has launched it with a video recording of a seminar held at the University of Buckingham on 10 March, 2021.

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Understanding Cuba

University of Nottingham launches Cuba blog

A new blog has been launched by the Cuba Research Forum at the University of Nottingham.

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Conference aims to raise awareness of the ills facing mankind

Fifth International Conference for World Balance scheduled for 2022

The idea is to turn this plural and multidisciplinary  conference into a platform for raising awareness of the ills facing humankind and endangering human existence. 

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Why the new U S administration must act quickly to end the embargo policy

Editorial: Biden – (T)his time?

....despite the considerable opposition, voluble antagonism and intense heat it would engender, the only really sane policy that President Biden can follow is to ease the pressure on Cuba and assist the Government in Havana in its efforts to reform the economy. This is in the best interests of both the people of Cuba and the United States.

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Major move means free access to readers everywhere

Journal to go Open Access from 1st Jan

The International Journal of Cuban Studies, the official publication of the IISC, is among 21 titles published by the Pluto Educational Trust that will go fully open access on 1st January, 2021.

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University of Buckingham seminar series to highlight Cuban research

The Humanities Research Institute at the University of Buckingham is hosting a series of seminars by IISC scholars this autumn and winter.

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