[A]t the end of the meeting, President Trump affirmed, “The United States and Brazil are also united in support of the long-suffering people of Cuba and Nicaragua.”
Trump ... doesn’t intend to back down from his plans to overthrow the legitimate president of Venezuela.
Drawing any conclusion about the severity and extent of such conduct depends on the release of the full report.
Since Jan. 1, 2018, more than 11,980 people have lost their lives, and 23,332 more have been injured, in gun violence in the United States.
[O]pposition like this could create difficulties for the relationship between Brazil’s government and Washington.
Although Jair Bolsonaro and Donald Trump seem to share a similar far-right ideology, neither have much in common when it comes to policymaking.
As predicted, the hearing blew the feud between the Republicans and the Democrats wide open.
It is not difficult to conclude that the defense of Venezuelan democracy is not at stake. What is at stake is Venezuela’s oil.
<i>Relocating an embassy is the kind of promise the government would rather forget.</i>
Apparently, the idea of relocating the Brazilian embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem is falling within the realm of campaign promises the government would rather see forgotten.
Jerusalem is the capital of Israel and [Read more]