Political analyst Eduard Lozansky talks about the new “witch hunt” in the Washington political establishment.
The visitor was the same, but the conversations were different.
In Havana, the dominating idea was of bilateral relations: We are distinct, but we should forge a common future.
In Buenos Aires, the agreements were many, so the dominating question was different: How do we construct a good future for this region?
<i>Donald Trump has been able to speak out and tell lies without a firm official response on the part of Mexico.</i>
I don't remember a time in the past five decades when Mexico-U.S. relations were at such a low level as they are today.
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Some Canadians may crave a 'special relationship' with the U.S., as many others do as well, but the reality is that America institutionally is neither willing nor capable of reciprocating.