If Congress is now entirely in the hands of Republicans, the American president still has up his sleeve all the assets that the Constitution guarantees him to keep taking action until the end of his term.
Before leaving for Hawaii to celebrate the holidays with his family, Barack Obama sent a message to the [Read more]
It is clear that the promise made by the American president to shut down the grim prison has yet to be fulfilled.
President Salvador Sanchez Ceren’s government expressed its “congratulations” through its Ministry of Foreign Relations, after an announcement made January 6 by President Barack Obama’s administration about a new extension of Temporary Protection Status, known as TPS.
The TPS extension, the 10th one since [Read more]
In 2009, President Barack Obama began his first term in an atmosphere of great optimism. The public had hope that the country would improve, despite the economic crisis that had arisen the previous fall. Changes were on the way, and Obama´s election became the symbol of those changes. Moreover, the Democratic Party [Read more]
Will Obama's immigration policy get him into the history books?
Cuban government acknowledges that its strategy hangs on a new relationship with Washington
The U.S. provides firearms and Mexico runs organized crime. Two sides of the same coin and both must be addressed.
The current U.S.-Russia conflict is different from that of the last century. The rivalry between the two goes beyond politics: This is a clash between two people, and mediation is impossible.
There's been a recent international event which, owing to its far-reaching effects and direct importance to us, deserves special coverage and analysis: The declaration on the part of the U.S. and Cuba to restore full diplomatic relations (which have been broken since the ‘60s), and to agree to initiate talks of the [Read more]
There are three things observers stop at when looking at the U.S. intervention in Iraq, after the infamous events that took place in Mosul on June 10, 2014 when, in only few hours, the militants were able to defeat the Iraqi army and the police, estimated at about 200,000 members. Feelings of shock and awe emerged [Read more]