It should concern Duque ... that he is going to chat about international policy, peace agreements with FARC, and cocaine cultivation with the unpredictable Trump.
This is a different White House receiving President Duque, but one characterization of the relationship with Colombia still holds in spite of changing agendas: they are allies.
[R]e-election for a U.S. president is by no means easy or guaranteed.
A trend in a country that’s exhausted by the discourse of those that currently hold the reins of the Oval Office.
The slogan 'America First' has led ... to the decline of the West as the most important political, economic and military alliance that the planet has ever known.
To believe that silencing types like Bannon will help prevent hate from spreading ever increasingly to other citizens is to have learned nothing from Trump’s victory.
After reading the excellent “Brief History of Colombia,” in which Jorge Orlando Melo provides a very good summary of the country's development, I read “Brief History of the United States,” by College of Mexico professor Erika Pani, in which she writes about: "the past, the present, and the future of a country [Read more]