Barack Obamas triumph could have a serious impact on the relations between Colombia and the United States. Both countries would maintain their important alliance, but their relations could fundamentally change.
They did not appear as just wives of presidential candidates but rather as women with identity, ideas, capability and decisiveness with which to contribute to the future, with their own vision of the world and life.
Michelle Obamas genuineness was moving, as was her frankness, which can become discomforting. She [Read more]
Unpredictable. This is what the United States presidential campaign has been. Democratic primaries drawn until the end; a African-American turns up defeating the machinery of Hillary Clinton; the resurrection of a Republican contested within his party. And now recent surveys not only show a technical tie between [Read more]
Too soon to predict a winner
According to the Los Angeles Newspaper, if the U.S. presidential Elections were now, Barack Obama would beat John McCain by 15 percentage points. According to the Gallup, it is not possible to determine who would win because the two candidates are actually tied. Other polls are in the middle: the Rasmussen Reports [Read more]
The United States Has Reservations About the Turn of the President of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez
by Sergio Gomez Maseri
It was with a large dose of skepticism and reserve that the United States interpreted the apparent “turn” of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, who in recent days called for Farc to disarm and [Read more]
President George W. Bush was able to defeat his democratic rival John Kerry in 2004 in states like New Mexico, thanks to the backing he received from Latino voters.
The candidates for President of the United States, Barack Obama and John McCain, had a match-up this Monday for the Hispanic vote, disputing who is the most committed to the minority group and migration reform.
Both gave speeches during the 79th convention of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) in a [Read more]
According to CNN, Obama has 47% and McCain 45%, and on average, 10% have not yet decided.
The polls-–CBS, Gallup, Pew, and Newsweek-–including those between May 21st and June 3rd, before Obama was assured of the democratic nomination.
Obama’s Running Mate
Members of the campaign said that Obama designated a [Read more]
Now that the Democratic nominee for president is clear, Colombia, the equal of many countries in the world, has begun to try to determine who they would want: Barack Obama or the Republican John McCain.
Considering the role, and realizing the agenda of the government of President Alvaro Uribe, there is no doubt that [Read more]