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The Divine Surprise

December 31, 2014 // Le Devoir - Canada - French

After a half-century of relations based on dirty tricks and political anger, Presidents Barack Obama and Raul Castro have opted for normalization. In fact, unless there are major setbacks from the U.S. Congress, the embargo — the formidable weapon — as well as the remnants of the Cold War should be put in [Read more]

Cuba-US: The Rediscovery of the Americas

December 29, 2014 // L'Express - France - French

“Somos todos americanos!” That slogan will be remembered as a sort of salsa version of “Yes, we can!” This is what can fill the next two years and give a fresh boost to an Obama too often compared to Jimmy Carter.

US Elections: But What About Latin America?

November 13, 2014 // La Jornada - Mexico - Spanish

The declining empire’s 2014 midterm elections, at a cost of no less than $4 billion, have confirmed a sweeping rejection of President Barack Obama's administration, of the dominant political party system and of the pay-to-play purchase of political office in the heartland of democracy. Before the results were [Read more]