A Bolsonaro victory would be more dangerous for Brazil than Trump’s has been for the United States.
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]
The transatlantic world is passing through the worst moment in its history.
<i>The president of the United States spreads chaos around him in an alarming way.</i>
The resignation of White House Communications Director Mike Dubke, after just three months in office, is another example of the concerning level of disorganization of the most powerful government on the planet. Dubke would have [Read more]
Since the end of World War II, Europe has lived with a greater amount of challenges and threats related to defense. This is why the meeting of NATO participants in Brussels is extremely important. Beyond that, it was the first personal contact the new United States president had with many heads of state of Western [Read more]
The "New Silk Road" proposed by Beijing would increase Chinese influence in global trade.
Trump might have crossed a line from which there is no return.
<i>With globalization, diplomacy has now become present in practically all fields of human activity.</i>
The international system was born and continues to be marked predominantly by power relations. Whoever has power, rules. Whoever does not, must conform obediently or be forced to find alliances that strengthen [Read more]
The accusation of the American president against Tehran, that Iran “doesn’t respect the spirit” of the agreement, sounds like a vague excuse to start imposing sanctions on the Iranian regime and recommence confrontations.