The frequently dreamt-of news of the restoration of relations between Cuba and the United States deserves Brazil’s support and encouragement. After all, a shining opportunity to advance in the direction of peace has presented itself, one of the main goals for whoever fights for human rights.
An initial movement [Read more]
What are needed today are actions, not words. The fight against terrorism is no longer speculation as it is happening now, freely, especially since there is clear evidence, there is bloodshed, and countries are crumbling.
The subordination of the Japanese government to the U.S. has gotten so extreme that we can no longer contain our outrage.
On Feb. 17, the government discussed plans to relocate a helicopter landing pad, or helipad, alongside the partial return of American northern training grounds. When it came to two helipads in [Read more]
<i>For the American bank, Brazil faces risk due to internal problems, the possibility of interest rate increases in the U.S. and deceleration in China; other banks are also naming Brazil as one of the most fragile, along with Indonesia, Mexico, Turkey and South Africa.</i>
The vulnerability of emerging countries is [Read more]
She is a purely manufactured candidate, as artificial as plastic flowers in a cheap restaurant.
It has taken the rise and rise of Isis to remind everyone that there is no free lunch at the White House.
The U.S. is the very source of tax cut policies. President Ronald Reagan of the Republican Party, fascinated by supply-side economics, carried out large tax reductions. He was utterly charmed by the words of a few advisory staff who claimed that tax cuts would encourage the work force and investors, which would in turn [Read more]
The most popular film of this year in the U.S. is causing the biggest disputes in years. Is Clint Eastwood's “American Sniper,” nominated for Oscars in six categories, a portrait of a psychopath or a hero?
American conservatives are happy. There it is: a movie about the war in Iraq that we don't need to be [Read more]