The influence of the U.S. is beginning to erode in Latin America; Brazil is prepared to reach an agreement with Peru and China regarding the construction of a transoceanic railroad that will connect the Atlantic and Pacific oceans between the two South American countries. The job is estimated to cost $30 billion. The [Read more]
The attorney Alberto Nisman was linked to the embassy of Israel, the United States and the United Kingdom for conspiring against the Argentine government. The Mossad, the CIA and the intelligence services of M-I6 know of his actions.
The American embassy was bothered by the attorney's decision to ask for the [Read more]
In short, why does the United States, or rather its government, involve itself in so many conflicts?
Washington has a long history of lies.
In his book titled "China," Henry Kissinger wrote, "American exceptionalism is missionary. It holds that the United States has an obligation to spread its values to every part of the world. China's exceptionalism is cultural. China does not claim that its contemporary institutions are relevant outside China." China [Read more]
The world is waiting for the next United States elections when the Republican Party, conservative (right), and the Democratic Party, liberal (center-left) will face each other. Both profess a representative democracy, the division of powers, and the free market of the capitalist system. The liberalism of the Democrats [Read more]
In less than a year, nine black people have been unjustifiably killed by white police officers in the United States. A situation exhibiting racism is still strong in this nation, which is beautiful and admirable in many ways, but where a right-wing minority among some whites consider themselves the masters of the [Read more]
Gone are the years when everyone marched to the beat of America's drum. However, our neighbor to the north hasn't gotten the memo.
The Cuban government arrived at the summit in Panama with a clear purpose: to seek investment originating from the North and to get closer to the United States to pave a path toward full diplomatic and, above all, economic relations.
That the summit closed without a final declaration remains a detail of little [Read more]
<i>The reconciliation between the U.S. and Cuba dominated the stage.</i>
The 7th Summit of the Americas gave me a strange sensation. On one hand, corruption, the topic that threatens and weighs down the most important governments in the region – Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Argentina – didn’t appear on the agenda [Read more]