Diplomacy is much more complex and depends on international balances that require stability and trust between the powers involved.
Trump’s current political troubles will very likely continue to get worse and develop into a slow fermentation rather than a political storm.
We have insisted many times before in this column that although an official stance usually places tourism as a top priority, even spelled out as such in the General Law for Tourism, in practice its effects are discreet and can be more rhetoric than action.
This same thing happens in Mexico as it does elsewhere: [Read more]
United States intervention is necessary for stability in the Middle East.
<i>The French president takes on the international leadership role that Europe needs</i>
The French president’s first steps on the international stage have been promising and are in line with what the people of Europe seem to expect from him. On his first foreign trip to Berlin, he was met with elation similar to [Read more]
Since the end of World War II, Europe has lived with a greater amount of challenges and threats related to defense. This is why the meeting of NATO participants in Brussels is extremely important. Beyond that, it was the first personal contact the new United States president had with many heads of state of Western [Read more]
Getting around the border between the U.S. and Mexico is a profitable business for the cartels. The only way to put an end to drug trafficking and illegal immigration is to open the borders.
The world is not going to stop so that Trump can get off; but if he wants to do so, inertia will slam into him.
'There is no doubt this is yet another good day for Vladimir Putin.'