Articles/Artículos

Here is a selection of articles, Op-Eds, and Letters to the Editor that I have written on a variety of topics.

Aquí aparece una selección de artículos, editoriales y cartas al editor que he escrito sobre una variedad de temas.

July 30, 2021 – Diario de Cuba: The Cuba of Tomorrow Calls for Institutionalism and Civic Education

27 de julio de 2021 – Diario de Cuba: Para la Cuba del futuro, institucionalismo y educación cívica

6 de junio de 2021 – Diario de Cuba: Ivette Hernández, la pianista censurada por el castrismo

24 de febrero de 2021 – Diario de Cuba: Mambises en Miami

18 de febrero de 2021 – Cubanet: La historia la escriben los que la escriben

29 de enero de 2021 – Cubanet: Ministerio de Cultura, ¿para qué?

29 de enero de 2021 – Diario de Cuba: Una diplomacia relámpago, por decreto, no restaurará las relaciones entre Estados Unidos y Cuba

16 de enero de 2021 – Diario de Cuba: José Sorzano: de exiliado a protagonista de la Guerra Fría

5 de enero de 2021 – Cubanet: El “caso Coppelia”: puesta en escena de una economía fracasada

December 18, 2020 – South Florida Sun Sentinel: Support the Cuban human rights movement, not the Cuban government

13 de diciembre de 2020 – El Nuevo Herald: En Cuba, “Vendrá un cambio,” ¿pero cuando?

December 13, 2020 – The Miami Herald: In Cuba, “A change is gonna come,” but when?

April 8, 2020 – Smerconish.com: A Constitutional Pandemic?

October 4, 2019 – United Press International (UPI): New Cuban leadership reflects a rebranding of Castro dictatorship

August 29, 2019 – United Press International (UPI): ‘New approach’ to Cuba must rely on realistic historical assessments

September 9, 2018 – Le Flambeau Foundation: Gran Colombia, Haiti, and the Prospects of Regional Integration

2016 – El Nuevo Herald: El primer presidente de Cuba

2015 – El Nuevo Herald: Homenaje a una maestra ejemplar

“Midshipman, Patriot, President.” The Shipmate (United States Naval Academy), September-October 2015.

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Miami Herald, June 15, 2015

Cuba Sells Tombs

While reading the June 9 article Family stunned as tomb of Cuban patriarch ‘sold’ – the remains have been removed – I kept thinking about the lyrics to the song by Kansas: “All we are is dust in the wind.”

Some may find it horrifying and unfathomable that a family member’s gravesite is sold and their remains are tossed into a mass grave.

However, those who follow Cuban affairs understand that this practice is commonplace.

What everyone should understand, especially those whose ancestors are buried in Cuba, is that this degrading act is not only perpetrated against prominent families such as the Valdés-Faulis and Pedrosos.

This horrible act is perpetrated against anyone whose family members went into exile.

It is ironic that, as the flagpole that will presumably fly the Cuban flag at the Cuban Embassy in Washington is erected, the monuments to Cuba’s hallowed dead are being destroyed.

If the current regime will not let our dead rest in peace, what should we expect of their treatment of the living?

Daniel I. Pedreira – Miami

June 15, 2015 – The Miami Herald: Emilio Ochoa: An architect of Cuba’s 1940 Constitution

13 d febrero de 2015 – El Nuevo Herald: Una Asamblea legendaria

10 de diciembre de 2014 – El Nuevo Herald: Patrimonio saqueado

Fourth Estate (George Mason University), October 28, 2013, Page 15

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April 10, 2010 – Sun-Sentinel: We must support the Ladies in White

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