Flying back from Los Angeles landed me at my first strip search, one of the most terrifying and dehumanising ordeals of my life.
With a Castro no longer at the highest chair, Cuba will move into the future. Oddly, tomorrow’s challenges echo those of yesterday’s revolution.
Oh, the week that was. Everything old is new again. Pauline Hanson, the Cold War and someone hitting the law where they don’t like it – in the stomach.
Mathew Mackie sat through the bizarre spectacle that was Obama’s last State of the Union address and got stuck on the furniture.
With Cubano-American relationships finally starting to warm after the Cold War, Persephone Fraser fears the loss of Cuba’s unique personality.
Today, the 27th of October was a day that we faced extinction, if not for the hand one man, who saved us from Nuclear War.
Paul McMahon tells TBS Travelogue readers just how lucky we are to possess an Australian passport, telling tales of his time in Columbia observing just how disparate rights to travel can be.
As the US and Cuba broker a landmark deal to help mend their fractured relationship, Lachlan R Dale explains the history behind the fracture and applauds Obama for the breakthrough.
this week’s Current Affairs Wrap, Michael Burrill talks gun control in the wake of the Sydney siege, Pakistani retaliation against the Taliban, Hockey’s MYEFO and Obama-Castro relations.
Venturing outside of Havana, Lachlan R. Dale winds up Part 2 of his Cuban adventures with the simple, powerful realisation that Cuba really does feel like a different world.
Beautiful scenery, music, charm…decay, poverty and corruption. A recent trip to Cuba has shown Lachlan Dale more than he had been expecting…