Another mess: Reclaiming seized art

A New York lawyer is calling on museum curators in Cuba and elsewhere to begin looking for ways to compensate the owners of artwork seized during the early days of the Cuban revolution. Wendy Dickieson, of the firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP, wrote: Cuba cannot truly begin the process of normalization with these stolen treasures still … Read more

Ex-diplomat in Havana: “I was never really given any marching orders”

An American diplomat “created a puppet company called ABS Gazebo” and used it as “a cover to smuggle in parts for the enormous electronic ticker” that lit up the former U.S. Interests Section in Havana in 2006. James Cason told people he “had no more stamina to fight Fidel and instead wanted to setup a … Read more