The United States House of Representatives gave preliminary approval today to a project that instructs the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to declassify secret archives to assist in the search for children of the “disappeared” during the last military dictatorship in Argentina, as announced today by the Argentine [Read more]
With the characteristic indifference of mass media, and against the majority of his party, the congressional Democrat from Ohio Dennis Kucinich, presented the 35 articles of Constitutional accusation to the Congress - known as Impeachment - against Bush on June 9th.
The United States looks at what is happening in Argentina with unrest; important voices in this capital press to weave a consensus and solutions with speed. They lament that the government continues to support a “zero sum” game in which one gains what the other loses and vice versa.
They also feel that the Casa [Read more]
The President of the United States, George W. Bush, suffered a new judicial reverse with respect to the prisoners at the naval base in Guantanamo, Cuba. A ruling by the Supreme Court determined that said detainees have the constitutional right to appeal their situation before the American tribunal.In an approved [Read more]
The 46 year old democratic candidate won the nomination in five months of campaigning.
Barack Hussein Obama Jr. needed five months to beat Hillary Clinton and enter history as the first black candidate to the presidency of the United States. He did it with the help of a political lineage which he divided between the [Read more]
In 2007, in front of the building where Abraham Lincoln ended slavery, he claimed that he would become the first African-American president. Yesterday, he moved a little closer to that dream.
"The relationship between Cuba and the United States is destined to change and in the future it shall be pure confrontation."
"For the Pope, the United States is a land of promise, and for this, justifies his visit of six days."
In the United States, as in many other places where politics are the art of contradicting one’s self without blushing and the promises of the candidates rarely become the decisions of the presidents, perhaps Barack Obama has not been warned that proposing structural changes is extremely dangerous. The novelty [Read more]
If a Salvadorian heard that the local justice is slow, arbitrary, and unpredictable, they would immediately agree that this is an unobjectionable reality. If in any other foreign country, a foreign ambassador insinuated this publicly, it would possibly provoke a chain reaction in rejecting the ambassador -- as is [Read more]