<i>The Trump administration's latest rebukes to its southern neighbor focus on the construction of the wall that should separate both countries.</i>
The guest of honor is now in the eye of the storm: Canada has taken Mexico’s place in Trump's bull's-eye during the NAFTA renegotiations. Unlike the first talks, [Read more]
The two great nuclear powers are face-to-face again with verbal and military aggression not seen in previous crises.
If you truly want to eliminate this scourge, begin by not voting for those who defend guns.
The broad agenda that is impelling U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on his current Latin American tour looks like a replay of the national security doctrine that determined Washington’s relations with the region during the Cold War.
Today, the threats that Tillerson is talking about, communism and the former [Read more]
[T]he human being is the most destructive predator on this planet earth.
Since the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program implemented by Obama to grant “Dreamers” legal protection against deportation was cancelled last year, Trump has publicly taken contradictory positions with regards to these young people.
The great tormentor of Latin American society, together with political oligarchies and local military commanders, has been, since the century before last, the United States, not Russia or China.
The U.S. president contends that the idea of global warming was created by and for China, with the aim of making U.S. industry less competitive.
Trump has yet to visit any Latin American country since taking office and may once again demonstrate his lack of interest if he does not attend the Summit of the Americas, which will happen in Peru this April.