Institute affiliate Ann Nelson has recently published a report titled Cuba’s Parallel Worlds: Digital Media Crosses the Divide on innovations in Cuban digital technology. It is the first publication to tell the inside story of Google’s Cuban initiatives and to detail the challenges ahead, as the U.S. and China compete for the Cuban market.

The report was published by the Center for International Media Assistance in Washington, a branch of the National Endowment for Democracy, the Congressionally-funded think tank. Nelson will present the report in Washington in two weeks, along with 2016 School of International and Public Affairs graduate Mariela Machado, the lead researcher on the spring project.

Read the full publication here.