The embargo against Cuba must end. It is the most unjust, harshest and longest-lasting unilateral sanctions regime that has ever been imposed on a country.
In the face of China's unstoppable rise, the U.S. is suffocating from the irreversible loss of its hegemony.
If these sanctions were to provoke a famine, it would be the people, not the tyrant, who would suffer.
Asking Trump to admit that he owed his electoral victory to Russia was to ask him to commit political suicide before assuming the presidency.
Trump will not solve any problems. He will worsen those that already exist.
Even worse is to consider it a "model of democracy."
Where is the moral superiority when those who were left out have no arguments and merely hurl insults and hostilities and hold grudges?
Obama will go to Havana in March. The visit is part of his political shift in relation to the island. He hopes, as John Paul II hoped, that "Cuba will open to the world and the world will open up to Cuba."
This opening up includes, as suggested by The New Herald, admission of independent correspondents to Cuba who [Read more]
Is this the evil of a world power, or an exhibitionism that imperial Rome would have wanted?