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What Did Barack Obama Bring in His Suitcase?

April 21, 2016 // Clarín - Argentina - Spanish

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? [Read more]

The Bilateral Relationship Is Dead

November 5, 2015 // Excélsior - Mexico - Spanish

<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. Miguel Basáñez spent less than two months in the embassy in Washington, [Read more]

Lack of Agenda Threatens Dilma’s Visit to the US

March 11, 2015 // Estadao - Brazil - Portuguese

Although announced by Chief of Staff Mercandante, a state visit by Dilma Rousseff to Washington in September is far from certain. Conspiring against her is a busy calendar of receptions of foreign leaders at the White House and the difficulty on the part of both sides to form a substantive agenda in time to be [Read more]
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