The secretary general of the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR), Ernesto Samper, proposed Monday the elimination of all U.S. military bases in Latin American territory, considering them as elements belonging “to the era of the Cold War.”
With respect to the Summit of the Americas that will be celebrated [Read more]
<i>Washington wanted to isolate Beijing in its banking development plans. A serious mistake.</i>
It’s a solid thrashing for the United States. To believe that Barack Obama, who swears by the Pacific, has not yet well understood what has happened there, completely underestimates the Chinese economic magnet’s [Read more]
Mrs. Clinton was determined to drag the White House into the Libyan escapade (and Obama was determined to allow it to be dragged) ignoring the Pentagon's warnings that "no U.S. interests were at stake and regional stability could be threatened."
The week starts with the news from the Vatican which, after the massacre of Christians in Pakistan, wants a “fair” war against the perpetrators; and Secretary of State John Kerry, who is willing to negotiate with Bashar al-Assad in Syria while the nuclear treaty with Iran is at its final stage.
It’s a bad sign. Benjamin Netanyahu is re-enlisting for a fourth term as the head of the Israeli government. Just a few formalities, and he will put together his government. Before even taking office, he announced the “flavor” of things. He will not leave any chance for peace as long as he is running Israel. [Read more]