It’s been 52 years since the revolution and Cuba is still unable to get its planned economy to work. Social services, once the pride of the revolution, are no longer affordable and are visibly deteriorating. The inefficiency of the economy also risks alienating the people form the government. Hardship is undermining the political pact that […]
About Uwe Optenhogel
Uwe Optenhögel is a political scientist and economist and is currently the Director of Friedrich Ebert Stiftung’s office for Cuba.