USAID will highlight “failures of the Cuban Revolution”

The U.S. Agency for International Development plans to award up to $2 million for human rights projects targeting Cuba. USAID says it will advance human rights through: 1) support to Cuban political prisoners and their family members, and 2) increased domestic and international awareness about the realities faced by Cuban citizens and failures of the … Read more

Judge tries to speed up FOIA case over “acoustic attacks”

An anti-secrecy group and New Yorker magazine are trying to force the State Department to disclose information about purported “acoustic attacks” in Havana that led to a worsening of U.S.-Cuba relations. The James Madison Project, which seeks accountability in government, and the magazine sued after their Freedom of Information Act, or FOIA, requests didn’t produce … Read more