Prof Susan Babbitt - Archive

Fidel Castro, Two Years Later: “Morality and Science are not Separated” By Prof Susan Babbitt, November 22, 2018
The Occasional Stupidity of Hope and How, Again, “To Learn from Cuba” By Prof Susan Babbitt, October 29, 2018
90 Years After Che Guevara’s Birth By Prof Susan Babbitt, July 07, 2018
Assange and Truth: The Deeper (Harder) Issue By Prof Susan Babbitt, June 22, 2018
Useless Protests in Gaza? “Human Solidarity Around the World” By Prof Susan Babbitt, June 01, 2018
May Day in Havana. Enthusiasm and Expectations By Prof Susan Babbitt, May 12, 2018
Prisoner of Pinochet: No Triumph of the Human Spirit By Prof Susan Babbitt, April 16, 2018
Ahed Tamini, Imprisoned for Having Slapped an Israeli Soldier. Calls for Human Solidarity In Support of Palestinian Children By Prof Susan Babbitt, April 10, 2018
Trump’s “Shitholes” Are an Easy Target By Prof Susan Babbitt, January 18, 2018
Ana Belén Montes at Year’s End. 16 Years in a US Jail. Silenced for Saying the Truth about US Foreign Policy By Prof Susan Babbitt, January 03, 2018
Why Don Quixote? Solidarity and Cuba’s “Medical Internationalism” By Prof Susan Babbitt, December 18, 2017
Fidel, a Year Later: Fidel Castro’s Insistence on Ideas, “Media Lies and How We Accept Them” By Prof Susan Babbitt, November 28, 2017
US, UK, French Governments Call for Killing Citizens Affiliated with ISIS; Remembering Lenin and the 1917 Russian Revolution By Prof Susan Babbitt, November 05, 2017
Angels, Dolphins and the World Festival of Youth and Students: Condemning Lies that Violate By Prof Susan Babbitt, October 24, 2017
Beyond Las Vegas and Why Che Guevara Matters, 50 Years After His Death By Prof Susan Babbitt, October 13, 2017
Art and Politics, and Why Happiness Is Overrated By Prof Susan Babbitt, September 25, 2017
Hurricane Irma, No Gas in Florida: Give Truth a Chance. Learn From Cuba By Prof Susan Babbitt, September 15, 2017
Beauty and the Sword: Beyond the Freedom of Speech Refrain By Prof Susan Babbitt, August 28, 2017
Why the Surprise About North Korea’s Resistance? By Prof Susan Babbitt, August 23, 2017
Grotesque Logic for Venezuela, The Cuban Revolution and the Second Road of Ana Belén Montes By Prof Susan Babbitt, August 09, 2017
The Bell Tolls, or Should, for Ana Belén Montes. “Cuba Should Not Be Forced to Submit to US Interests” By Prof Susan Babbitt, July 14, 2017
Failed Imagination: The Problem with Stories From Cuba By Prof Susan Babbitt, July 03, 2017
Culture and Criticism: The Radical Historical Promise of Wandering Dialogues in Cuba By Prof Susan Babbitt, June 19, 2017
The “Most Dangerous Spy You’ve Never Heard Of”, Ana Belén Montes, Should Be Known By Prof Susan Babbitt, May 22, 2017
May Day Marches Against Trump: Confusion or Worse? By Prof Susan Babbitt, May 05, 2017
It’s Not All About Trump: Imperialism’s Deep Lies are Known to Many By Prof Susan Babbitt, April 16, 2017
Liberalism’s False Freedoms: What’s Wrong with the “Cancer Battle”? By Prof Susan Babbitt, February 10, 2017
America’s War, Failure of Democracy: What Happened to “There are No Innocents”? By Prof Susan Babbitt, February 02, 2017
The Dangerous Bias of the “Unbiased” About Fidel’s Cuba By Prof Susan Babbitt, November 30, 2016
Fidel Castro’s Legacy: The Power of Ideas. Living in Solidarity By Prof Susan Babbitt, November 29, 2016
Oliver Stone’s Snowden, North Dakota, Native-American Rights: The Solidarity of Seeing. “Truth about Motivation that has to do with Truth” By Prof Susan Babbitt, September 19, 2016
Fidel Castro and Cuba’s “Battle for Ideas”, For Peace and Justice By Prof Susan Babbitt, June 20, 2016
“Illegal Immigrants” in the USA: Invisible in Life, Invisible in Death By Prof Susan Babbitt, May 30, 2016
Solidarity as a Weapon against US Imperialism. Che Guevara By Prof Susan Babbitt, September 11, 2015
Democracy in Cuba and the Legacy of José Martí By Prof Susan Babbitt, August 27, 2015