Besides being cruel, as Obama described it, it is astounding that the USA is willing to lose such talent.
<i>President Donald Trump has done nothing to clear up the confusion around his links with Russia.</i>
<i> A chain of incidents has raised doubts about the decision to cut off aid to groups opposing the Syrian dictatorship</i>
Donald Trump became president of the United States barely six months ago. It was the [Read more]
Bernie has lost his disguise as a poor man.
If the United States’ tax reform proposal had no chance of passing, I would not bother to analyze it. But that’s not the case. The probability of passing is high. It would be advisable to look at its effects in the U.S. and internationally.
Although the proposal is missing many details, the following stands out: [Read more]
Commitments made by the United States in the Paris Agreement on climate change are hanging in the balance.
Costa Ricans live longer than Americans. A new study shows how much the income distribution in the U.S. endangers the health of its poorest citizens.
Income differentials have a greater influence on the health of the population in the U.S. than in Costa Rica. That is what is reported by William Dow of the University [Read more]
<i>Drones are going to severely impact our territory; insurance will be a safety mechanism for the responsible.</i>
The existence of unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) among us is already a reality. Used at one time by the United States government as part of its military strategy, today they are used in the [Read more]
Upon presenting his sixth State of the Union address on Tuesday, President Barack Obama did not focus on summarizing the achievements of his administration but on utilizing them as the base for an ambitious agenda for the next two years and the years following them. During his speech, he defended what has been done up [Read more]
The decision to re-establish diplomatic relations and open up greater options for financial and commercial exchange between the United States and Cuba, announced by both countries last Dec. 17, will hardly have immediate repercussions in Costa Rica. Nevertheless, if the process manages to proceed normally, if it is [Read more]
The U.S. does not know how to adapt to this new period of its global and regional strategic capacity, and the political world of 2014 resembles more a kaleidoscope of shifting forms and powers than a rigid chess board.