Jimmy Carter Visit to Cuba
May 12-17, 2002

        Looking down on Carter in
Montreal, October 3, 2000.

  The Carters listening to Castro.
Carter is the only one smiling
upon arriving in Havana.

Castro points the way to a smirking Carter.


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Carter wraps up Cuba trip
Castro confirms Carter invitation to Cuba
Castro eager for Carter to see Cuba
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You Didn’t Ask for It, You Got It: Carterpalooza!

MAY 12-17, 2002
Viajará a La Habana el Excelentísimo Señor James Earl Carter, ex presidente de los Estados Unidos de América (Granma Diario, May 12)
Invitation to Carter: recognition of his attitude toward Cuba (Granma International, May 12)
Speech by Fidel at welcome ceremony for former President James Carter (Granma International, May 12)
Statement by Jimmy Carter, former president of the United States, upon his arrival in Cuba (Granma International, May 12)
Castro opens doors wide for Carter (CNN, May 12)
Carter's Trip to Cuba Raises Many Hopes From All Sides (N.Y. Times, May 12)
The Trip Not Taken (N.Y. Times, May 12)
Diplomatic dance gets new go-round(Miami Herald, May 12)
Carter set to try his luck with Castro (Miami Herald, May 12)
Elian Gonzalez staying out of public eye (CNN, May 12)
Carter: a calm, serene man (Granma International, May 12)
Former U.S. president praises Cuba and its capital (Granma International, May 12)
Castro Says Carter Can Inspect Biotechnology Centers (N.Y. Times, May 13)
Reconoce Carter labor humanista de los científicos cubanos (Granma Diario, May 13)
Carter: U.S. has no evidence of bioterrorism (Granma International, May 13)
Carter in Cuba: Then what? (Christian Science Monitor, May 13)
Carter meets Cuban dissidents (The Dallas Morning News, May 13)
Carter urges Cuba critics to probe for themselves (CNN, May 13)
Former president also met with dissidents (The Dallas Morning News, May 13)
Carter given warm reception (Miami Herald, May 13)
Carter en medio del conflicto entre dos mundos (El Nuevo Herald, May 13)
Carter promete hablar con todos los sectores en Cuba (El Nuevo Herald, May 13)
Lo agasajan con deliciosos platos de la cocina local (El Nuevo Herald, May 13)
Carter Begins Historic Cuba Visit (Washington Post, May 13)
Carter Meets With Dissidents, Tours Biotech Lab in Cuba (Washington Post, May 13)
Carter: ‘I have come to seek an answer on how to achieve harmonious relations between Cuba and the United States.’ (Speech in Granma, May 14)
Carter replies to Cuban students (Granma International, May 14)
Fidel and Carter strive for a more humanitarian world (Granma International, May 14)
Carter visits the Social Workers Training College (Granma International, May 14)
Carter Doubts Claim of Cuba Bioterror(Los Angeles Times, May 14)
Full text of Jimmy Carter's speech broadcast to the Cuban people (Miami Herald, May 14)
No proof of bioweapons in Cuba, Carter says (Miami Herald, May 14)
Carter desayuna con disidentes antes de reunirse con Castro (El Nuevo Herald, May 14)
Carter Encourages Cuban Grassroots Reform Effort (Washington Post, May 14)
Carter Says He Was Told US Had No Proof Cuba Shared Bioweapons Data (Washington Post, May 14)
In Central Havana, Life by the Ration Book (Washington Post, May 14)
Carter backs Castro on 'lie'(The Washington Times, May 14)
Carter reveals democracy effort (The Washington Times, May 15)
Jimmy Carter: America basher(The Washington Times, May 15)
Que lleguemos a ser amigos y nos respetemos unos a otros (Granma Diario, May 15)
Bate palmas Carter junto a alumnos de escuela especial (Granma Diario, May 15)
Impresionados visitantes norteamericanos con atención a enfermos mentales(Granma Diario, May 15)
Respalda Carter propuesta cubana para combatir el SIDA en África(Granma Diario, May 15)
Con los agricultores de una CPA habanera (Granma Diario, May 15)
Mantiene prensa internacional amplia cobertura a la visita (Granma Diario, May 15)
Presencian Fidel y Carter juego de estrellas (Granma Diario, May 15)
Confiesa hijo de Carter amar a Cuba (Granma Diario, May 15)
Recibimiento popular a Carter en la comunidad de Las Guásimas (Granma Diario, May 15)
Cómo puede haber libertad sin justicia ni igualdad (Granma Diario, May 15)
Encuentro con Chip Carter en el Instituto Cubano de Amistad con los Pueblos (Granma Diario, May 15)
Carter visits special school for the disabled: ‘These children are amazing’(Granma International, May 15)
Carter’s sensitivity to the problems of AIDS (Granma International, May 15)
Carter and Castro have a ball at all-star game (CNN, May 15)
Carter Calls for a Freer Cuba (Los Angeles Times, May 15)
Why Jimmy Carter Should Have Visited Elián’s Hometown (Newsweek, May 15)
Carter calls for an end to the embargo on Cuba (Miami Herald, May 15)
S. Florida exiles warm to message (Miami Herald, May 15)
Carter pide elecciones libres (El Nuevo Herald, May 15)
Causa sorpresa la cordialidad de Castro hacia Carter (El Nuevo Herald, May 15)
Elogios y críticas al discurso en Cuba (El Nuevo Herald, May 15)
Carter Speaks to Cuban Churchgoers (Chicago Tribune, May 15)
Carter Urges Democracy for Cuba (Washington Post, May 15)
Carter Trip Puts Cuba Back on Washington's Radar Screen (Los Angeles Times, May 16)
Castro's Door: Both Open and Closed (N.Y. Times, May 16)
Journey to Havana (Editorial) (N.Y. Times, May 16)
Bush rejects plea by Carter (The Washington Times, May 16)
Carter calls for closer ties with Cuba at Havana church (CNN, May 16)
Cubans befuddled, inspired, annoyed by Carter (Dallas Morning News, May 16)
Es necesario encontrar las vías para el entendimiento, la tolerancia y la paz (Granma Diario, May 16)
Among Some Cubans, Fuzzy Reception for Carter Speech (Washington Post, May 16)
Carter Wraps Up Historic Cuba Visit (Associated Press, May 17)
Castro and Carter put on a good show (Chicago Tribune, May 17)
Carter wraps up Cuba trip (CNN, May 17)
Carter tiende la mano a la disidencia (El Nuevo Herald, May 17)
El Cardenal Ortega escéptico sobre la visita de Carter (El Nuevo Herald, May 17)
Carter: the blockade is anti-American (Granma International, May 17)
Carter Visit May Boost Growing Cuba Trade (Los Angeles Times, May 17)
Carter leaves Cuba, says Castro won't change (Miami Herald, May 17)
Carter says dissidents opposed D.C. aid (Miami Herald, May 17)
Party Organ in Cuba Prints Speech (N.Y. Times, May 17)
Carter Meets Activists In Cuba (Washington Post, May 17)
Carter escéptico sobre un cambio de Castro (El Nuevo Herald, May 18)
Despidió Fidel a James Carter (Granma Diario, May 18)
Carter's speech likely to bring support from EU (Miami Herald, May 19)
Esperanzas y confusión tras la visita de Carter (El Nuevo Herald, May 20)
President and Carter Hold Talks on Cuba (The New York Times, May 22)
Carter surprisingly uninformed (Chicago Sun-Times, May 23)

Carter 'disappointed' by Cuba's handling of Varela Project petition
Carter urges Cuba to free dissidents
Carter's Cuba speech gives dissidents hope