<i>The film "Get Out" accurately portrays the phenomenon of the good intentions of the dominant white heterosexual toward everybody else.</i>
There’s been an appetite for a film like “Get Out” for some time. It’s about a black man invited to a white man’s party. Such an experience is best explained not by [Read more]
Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, George H. W. Bush, Clinton, George W. Bush... After almost 60 years – of blockade, assassination attempts, invasions, sabotage, exclusion, and threats directed against a socialist reality that’s 90 miles away – Obama finally recognized Washington’s [Read more]
i>The partial retreat in Washington’s relations with Havana is a serious mistake.</i>
The partial retreat, announced yesterday by Donald Trump, from the process of normalization between the U.S. and Cuba, initiated 30 months ago by his predecessor in the White House, Barack Obama, is a grave strategic and [Read more]
Kim may be insane but he is not stupid.
On his 100th day in office, the light at the end of the tunnel still seems very distant for Donald Trump, who will continue to struggle.
Barack Obama’s visit to Milan was a shameful provincial parade, which Milan did not deserve. Matteo Renzi defined it as the first act of return to the world political scene of the personality that represents the point of reference for Democrats on a global level. But the reconfirmed secretary of Italy’s Democratic [Read more]
It is not the "Washington swamp" that has Trump trapped, but rather, simply the phenomenon called "reality." That is the wall that he cannot scale.
The Republican governors’ visit to the island reveals how the president still hasn’t finalized his attack against Obama’s strategy for compromise.
In the perspective of the Trump administration, the normalization of U.S.-Cuba relations would be no more than the restoration of capitalism on the island