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]
Family elitism seems to have invaded even the most diverse levels of the American political landscape, which makes it difficult for new candidates to climb onto the political stage.
There is nothing to suggest that Cristina Kirchner and Obama will repair their relations as Rousseff has.
A new law prevents the government from directly collecting phone data from millions of citizens.
It’s one thing to be hopeful, and another thing, quite different, to achieve well-being.
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]
Demand that justice is carried out in an impartial way, without favoring outlandish arguments from those who have greater material resources.
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]
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]
The worry and alarm over the space station that China will construct in Neuquen has spread beyond Argentina's borders. The opposition's legislators in Congress weren't the only ones to object to this sealed agreement between Argentine President Cristina Kirchner and her Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping over the possible [Read more]