August 03, 2021
How China Helps the Cuban Regime Stay Afloat and Shut Down Protests
By Leland Lazarus and Evan Ellis
Chinese companies have played a key part in building Cuba’s telecommunications infrastructure, a system the regime uses to control its people, just as the CCP does within its own borders.
December 24, 2020
Sino-Cuban Relations: No ‘New Cold War’ in Havana
By Bradley J. Murg and Rasheed J. Griffith
If we were going to see a new Cold War in the Caribbean, it should have happened by now.
April 24, 2020
Cuba’s Improbable Medical Prowess in Asia
By Tom Fawthrop
Cuba is developing a foothold in Asia with its biotechnology. COVID-19 is likely to expand that cooperation still further.
July 12, 2017
In Cuba, a Chinatown With No Chinese
By Yesenia Vargas
Havana’s barrio chino isn’t what it used to be, but presents an opportunity nonetheless.
December 24, 2016
China-Cuba Relations: Assessing US Stakes
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Emilio Morales.
November 11, 2016
The Cuba Test: China Eyes New Model for Latin America Relations
By Ricardo Barrios
China's emphasis on "knowledge cooperation" could lead to a reframing of its approach to both Cuba and Latin America.
September 28, 2016
Li Keqiang Becomes First Chinese Premier to Visit Cuba
By Catherine Putz
The world’s largest and smallest communist states have had stable relations for years.
June 27, 2015
China, Cuba Seek Economic and Defense Cooperation
By Shannon Tiezzi
Two high-ranking Chinese officials made separate visits to Cuba this month.
April 24, 2015
Red Tide: China in the Caribbean
By David Volodzko
China's interactions in the Caribbean could be a net gain if it can learn to work alongside locals.
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