Believe it. The president of the United States, George Bush, caused a festive atmosphere among the petistas* who came together to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Finance Ministry. Ministers, advisers and economists tied to the Workers Party could not contain their joy when commenting on the Americans [Read more]
Brazil is one of the priorities in American foreign relations, and it is up to the next presidenteither democrat Barack Obama or the republican John McCainto tighten the diplomatic ties between the two nations, said American Senator Chuck Hagel, a republican from Nebraska, this Tuesday.
I cannot tell Brazilians [Read more]
Names in the American foreign policy establishment have already publicly announced that we are living in an a-polar world. Others speak of multi-polarity, and still others speak of a post-American era. The United States, they say as one, continues to be an economic and military power without equal, but it [Read more]
The democratic delegates will be able to symbolically vote for ex-candidate Hillary Clinton in the Democratic National Convention, an event that makes the party's candidate to the general elections official.
"I am convinced that honoring the historic campaign of Senator Clinton will help us to celebrate this defining [Read more]
It was concrete proof that the F.B.I. had, once again, messed up. One more case of incompetence would be added to the centenary history of a police agency which has a record fat with nonsense.
Yes, the world is no longer bipolar, and the love hate relationship between the U.S.A. and China cannot be looked at through the eyes of the past. But the rivalry between the two definitely exists—and the Olympics translate that rivalry in some form, although it has not been reduced entirely to it.
Last week, I had to travel to the United States for work. Since I was already there, I took the opportunity to ask various Americans (and the Latinos didn't count) the reasons why they can’t seem to fall in love with our football, which they call soccer.
Let’s look at seven answers that remind me of some of the [Read more]
Author of "McCain: The Myth of a Maverick," Welch reveals he sympathizes with McCain's personality, but admits he won't vote for the Republican candidate because of "political disagreement."
The principal American voice for commercial negotiations said this Monday that the United States is ready to present a new proposal to cut their agricultural subsidies, one of the developing world's greatest demands in going ahead with negotiations for the liberalization of global trade.
"We know that we must make [Read more]
The role of Vice President has acquired an “almost unprecedented” importance in the U.S. elections, because this time around, whoever is chosen runs a real risk of becoming President.