<i>The supposed struggle against local and international communism in the context of the Cold War logically led to an increased connection with the United States. Military populists at the time, represented by Juan Domingo Peron, who was granted asylum after being overthrown in 1957, and Manuel Odria of Peru, were [Read more]
Some people in the United States have recently promoted strange ideas in an attempt to demonize China.
Lately, a U.S. polling company published the results of a survey regarding opinions on issues such as socialism and communism. More than half of American millennials (25-35 years old) selected socialism as their first choice, such that those who hoped to live in a socialist country outnumbered those who wished to live [Read more]
Mrs. Clinton has the keys in her hand to improve the country. The U.S. can no longer be the world's policeman.
The threat of ruin is what has driven Castro to look to the United States, a turnaround that will prevent him from being able to claim that things on the island are not working because of its “imperialist enemies.”
The long presidential campaign in the United States began with an unexpected result in the Democratic Party primaries: the landslide victory of Bernie Sanders — a little-known senator, 74 years old, who defines himself as a socialist — in New Hampshire over Hillary Clinton, the former first lady and former [Read more]
Why, in the "Mecca of Capitalism," has a veteran politician flying the flag for socialism become one of the major candidates in the electoral campaign?
Obama does not understand the Castros nor is he able to calibrate what they mean; because he is not someone experienced in the defense of the country against a very real Soviet threat.
Pope Francis is in Washington for just a few days, during which he'll do what foreigners do best – he'll hold a mirror up to his hosts.
You Europeans and Americans turned the anthill upside down, kicked it with your own boots — so now what do you want?