User Profile: Heather Cohu
This user has submitted 20 translations to Watching America.
[L]eft-wing media have a more serious problem. They are not only the victims of a "Peter and the Wolf" syndrome but also of a loss of interest. [Read more]
[O]verall, the end result amounts to American consumers seeing price increases and manufacturers not gaining a thing. [Read more]
Wall Street always seems to be on the winner’s side, but Bloomberg should still be wary. [Read more]
Above all, BLM has demonstrated that combating racism involves institutions and political courage. [Read more]
Is the wall starting to crumble? One thing is certain: impeachment is going to happen. [Read more]
The U.S. withdrawal, which paved the way for Turkey’s attack, is one of those shameful acts of cowardice that Europeans know will bring about future wars. [Read more]
[W]hen it comes to Warren's unorthodox economic ideas, she's not so different from Trump. [Read more]
[T]rump made the mistake of cornering Iran, telling it to either surrender or put itself in a financial chokehold. [Read more]
The extreme concentration of wealth weakens the equity of rewards. Winners are always compensated more. [Read more]
Together with Apple, Google powers virtually all mobile phones, dominates 90% of Internet searches, and monopolizes, along with Facebook, two-thirds of online advertising. [Read more]
By portraying the fact that an American founding father owned black slaves, the Russian born artist intended to condemn ... slavery and racism. [Read more]
What’s with this country where people revel in having just one arm broken now and a second later on? [Read more]
The Greenland incident ... exemplifies everything that demonstrates how out of control the U.S. president is, such as his narcissism, irrationality, sensitivity and, above all, immaturity. [Read more]
How much longer can the Fed’s preventive economic stimulus hold off the next recession? [Read more]
[L]angston Hughes compares “a dream deferred” to a “raisin in the sun.” The pyromaniac-in-chief is currently doing the same to the American dream.
The limited recognition of the attacks on the part of American officials partly stems from their struggle to admit that terrorism can also be a domestic ill.
As planned, John Kerry, the French-speaking and Francophile U.S. secretary of state, did what was necessary on Friday in Paris to demonstrate U.S. solidarity [Read more]
<i>This major American newspaper has chosen not to disseminate the French weekly’s cartoons, judging them to be “needlessly insulting,” a decision that has provoked much criticism.</i>
They hesitated. All day long. Some published them, only later to remove them. In the end, most major American print media [Read more]
Half a century! More than 50 years were needed for two countries, which were prepared to fight to the finish up until the use of the atomic bomb was considered, to re-establish diplomatic relations. The road to “normalizing” relations is still only beginning. Some prisoners have been released (incarcerated for such [Read more]
Behind the tragedies in Ferguson, Cleveland, New York and Phoenix is the question of racism, but also the question posed by the incredible deference this society pays to the omnipotence of police officers.
In the first part of his “I Have A Dream” speech, Martin Luther King, Jr. wonders about the conditions [Read more]