Author of "McCain: The Myth of a Maverick," Welch reveals he sympathizes with McCain's personality, but admits he won't vote for the Republican candidate because of "political disagreement."
The principal American voice for commercial negotiations said this Monday that the United States is ready to present a new proposal to cut their agricultural subsidies, one of the developing world's greatest demands in going ahead with negotiations for the liberalization of global trade.
"We know that we must make [Read more]
The role of Vice President has acquired an “almost unprecedented” importance in the U.S. elections, because this time around, whoever is chosen runs a real risk of becoming President.
Barack Obama may appear to be young for a candidate to the United States’ Presidency, but the person that writes an autobiography at 33, as he did, seems to have sufficient maturity. “Dreams of My Father” is a rather expressive document of a man who had spent the greater part of his adolescence in the attempt of [Read more]
The United States is making history at this moment in choosing, for the first time, a black man as the official candidate of the Democratic party. Barack Obama entered the campaign against a frank favorite and turned the tables within months of intense dispute in an overwhelming and emotional campaign which filled [Read more]
If no one is capable of betting on who will be the future North American president, one thing is for sure: the campaign will most certainly not come cheap. On the contrary, it is a factory of money, on the one hand, and a bottomless pit on the other.
A battle is being waged between the "experience" of the Republican [Read more]
US Explanation for Violating Venezuela Airspace Not Convincing
It is somewhat difficult to buy the Pentagon’s version of the story that the S-3 Viking had “intermittent navigation problems”, got lost and then entered Venezuelan airspace. Any reasonably equipped single-engine plane contains navigation equipment [Read more]
Obama Still Needs To Show Who He Is
Mauren Dowd, perhaps the harshest of American political columnists, invented a way for Barack Obama to punish Hillary Clinton for everything that she said about him during the internal arguments among Democrats. “Just nominate her as vice-president,” Dowd suggested in the “New [Read more]
Judge for yourselves if fierce critics of American foreign policy over the last several decades (that is, aside from the tenure of George W. Bush) would endorse the following paragraph:
“It has been the strategy of the United States to lean on the shoulders of dictators in order to guarantee both order and [Read more]
Condoleeza Rice says that she has wanted to come to Bahia for a long time. “Personal reasons”, she confirmed, with a smile that many describe as sweet, and so it is. She never seems to lose that highly academic and professorial air of wanting to be present to her students.
This way, in general, that she defends [Read more]