There are several scenarios being lived and discerned for food security on the Caribbean islandbased on its ties with the United States, in a new context of relations for the two nations. Regarding the first rapprochements and intentions for the definite elimination of the blockade several stages have to be gone through, not exempt of advantages and challenges.
December 17, 2014 marked a new stage in Cuba-U.S. relations, as the start of a solution to the dispute between both countries which has lasted for more than 57 years.Starting then measures have been taken geared at the future normalisation of economic relations between both nations. Undoubtedly, there is still a long road ahead not free of obstacles but with the spirit and will of seeking and finding the most suitable and mutually advantageous solutionson the table of negotiations and in conditions of equality.
Despite the decreasing habit of reading in recent years, in Cuba books have been and are a cultural object placed in the hands of the population ever since in a speech Fidel Castro gave in the first years of the revolutionary triumph he pronounced the phrase: we don’t tell the people to believe but rather to read.
Ironically, one of the woody plants most cursed in Cuban fields has become the raw material for the first product that Cuba is able to export to the United States after five decades of economic blockade.
Last December the Netflix platform started broadcasting for all of Latin America the miniseries Four Seasons in Havana, based on the tetralogy of detective novels by Cuban writer Leonardo Padura, which gave life to the renowned detective Mario Conde.