It would be fair to say that U.S. President Barack Obama made quite a splash with his trip to Cuba. Analysts and commentators are still discussing the event a full week after its conclusion, with many speculating about a possible turn of the geopolitical weather vane. More concretely, there are those who believe it [Read more]
The historic nature of Barack Obama's visit to Cuba portends a transformation in the lives of Cubans.
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President Obama’s recent visits to Cuba and Argentina represent the latest movement in a strategic change in U.S. foreign policy which, with varying levels of success, has been seen in the Middle East, Central [Read more]
<i>Barack Obama finds the old adage “It takes two to tango” was right.</i>
Barack Obama hadn't looked as relaxed as he did during his Latin American trip. It was as if all the tension left him 10 months before his term in office ends, as if he left the campaign noise, the polemics and the harsh criticism of his [Read more]
The historic wounds of five decades of attempted annihilation [cannot] be healed with a single presidential visit.
<i>Obama's foreign policy justifiably sits upon realism and error proofing.</>
The undignified reception that Barack Obama was prepared for in Cuba is grist for the mill of his critics. They do not reject the reconciliation with the repressive island nation, but rather completely reproach the president of the Unites [Read more]
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<i>The visit to Havana — the first by an American president since 1928 — exposes Obama to criticism and the Castro regime to change. It also opens the possibility for new contracts in the tourism industry.</i>
By stepping onto the tarmac at Havana Airport on Sunday, Barack Obama must have felt the weight of [Read more]