User Profile: Charlotte Holmes
This user has submitted 31 translations to Watching America.
[T]he United States has experienced a rise in hate crimes committed as a result Trump’s irresponsible words. [Read more]
Given the situation, many companies have decided to wait before investing in our country. [Read more]
We must not wait for the hate rhetoric to turn into violence, nor should we allow ourselves to be sidetracked by sayings such as “words don’t kill; people do.” [Read more]
Does anyone remember the McCarthyism that cost some people their freedom and even their lives because, like so many people today, they expressed their liberal ideas?
The president mistook the nation’s birthday for his own, resulting in a televised spectacle aimed at glorifying him and fueling his reelection campaign. [Read more]
A woman would bring about a return to the equanimity that has been lost. [Read more]
[E]ven if impeachment proceedings were to be initiated, it must be made clear that the Trump administration has decided to use tariffs as a political weapon. [Read more]
[H]ave we considered who is constructing our story and narrating our sorrows? [Read more]
[I]nstead of treating the Europeans in a way that befits their 70-year-old friendship, Washington regards them as clients to be dealt with in an opportunistic fashion that is more characteristic of the world of property development than relations between allies who adhere to international law [Read more]
The only thing that would force Maduro out of Venezuela would be a botched attempt to retain his power. [Read more]
The report is invaluable testimony to the regenerative capacity of U.S. democracy. ... Mueller has begun to repair what Trump has destroyed.
Immigrants who have been released from these centers report ill treatment, inedible food ... and general brutality.
Trump’s actions mean that the U.S. is no longer a trustworthy mediator. [Read more]
The race for leadership and superiority in the field of technology not only affects production, but also has implications relating principally to geopolitics and national security. [Read more]
World crises afflicting humanity are being disregarded in lieu of thoughts about the next election. [Read more]
It is hoped that we do not return to the 'balance of terror,' which was thought to have been overcome. [Read more]
The message sent by the U.S. president to the E.U. countries for now is that they must stand more united than ever, as they have done with regard to Brexit. [Read more]
Trump’s presidential demeanor was short-lived, and he soon began [blaming] immigrants ... for virtually all of American society's ills. [Read more]
Venezuela finds itself subjected to a suffocating and growing military, economic, diplomatic and propagandist attack orchestrated by the U.S. and its allies. [Read more]
The new administration, headed by Andrés Manuel López Obrador who is to take office on Saturday, will propose that the U.S. and Canada develop an ambitious plan aimed at investing in and reconstructing the migrants’ countries of origin. [Read more]
The current U.S. president’s decision does not, therefore, give the impression of having been well thought out. [Read more]
The Trump era began with the destruction of the Twin Towers in 2001. [Read more]
[T]he Republicans have undergone a process of radicalization to the point of endangering the institutional stability of the United States. [Read more]
Trump has always minimized the magnitude of the disaster. This is incomprehensible from any point of view, given ... the undeniable damage. [Read more]
As far as the matter of protecting its rights is concerned, the United States has not made the slightest bit of progress. [Read more]
[P]opulism and sensationalism are two sides of the same coin, and both can end up destroying democracy. [Read more]
[T]he most striking aspect of this crisis is its profound dehumanization. [Read more]
A point on which the two leaders do agree is that a weakened European Union serves both their interests. [Read more]
Donald Trump has cut off his nose to spite his face. [Read more]