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Brazil Decides To Get Closer to the US

July 23, 2015 // La Nación - Argentina - Spanish

A couple of weeks ago, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff visited Barack Obama in Washington. With that, bilateral relations between Brazil and the U.S. seem to have returned to normal, after the deserter Edward Snowden – in September 2013 – revealed the extent of U.S. espionage in our neighboring country. This [Read more]

Obama Backs Maduro

May 7, 2015 // Telam - Argentina - Spanish

The Summit of the Americas in Panama was a turning point for the personal role of Nicolas Maduro at the helm of the most complex phase of the fifth government of the Bolivarian process.* As he was greeted by thousands of enthusiastic Chavistas at the airport in Maiquetia who were celebrating his performance at the [Read more]

Venezuela: Obama Provokes Disappointments in the Region

April 8, 2015 // Clarín - Argentina - Spanish

The astonishing U.S. official declaration that Venezuela has become “an unusual and extraordinary threat to national security and foreign policy,” appears to confirm the very poor foreign policy of Obama with this part of the continent. If it were trying to discredit the Chavez regime, was it necessary to affect [Read more]

The Naïve Policies of the United States

April 3, 2015 // Diario de Cuyo - Argentina - Spanish

It’s hard not to get angry with U.S. policies, which have often been sinful due to their abruptness and, at other times, naivete, or at the least, to put it simply, because they are badly timed and becoming misguided. Without a doubt, a new case of this is Venezuela being declared a threat to U.S. security. Even [Read more]
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