The worst international crisis since 1930. The collapse of financial markets and subprime mortgages. Toxic assets. Collateralized debt obligations. Fiscal stimulus packages. The rescue of banks and financial institutions. The fall of the stock market. G-20, G7, G8. It is overwhelming, for the citizen who is not a [Read more]
The official visit of U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton signifies an important event not only for her vote of confidence and her personal ties with the Dominican nation, but also for the issues so important to bilateral relations that such a distinguished visitor will discuss with President Leonel Fernández. [Read more]
The Russian Foreign Minister of Exterior Relations confirmed today that he hoped to meet with the new U.S. Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, before the G20 summit. "The details of the reunion will be administered by the ministers, "said the head of Russian diplomacy, Sergei Lavrov, and quoted by the official [Read more]
Jesus Christ himself can be the president of the United States, but if he is a Republican, he will be guaranteed an irrational worldwide hatred. Bush, with much less talent than Christ, had no other choice, but to rule in favor of his country and to ignore what outsiders thought.
Before and after overwhelmingly winning the presidency of the United
States, Senator Barack Obama promised a radical change; an almost
"redemption" of that great nation. A nation mired in a great economic and financial crisis but also in a moral quagmire; civic and even spiritual.
I do not put in doubt the redemptive [Read more]
What a paradox! The United States, which one day before the opening of the Olympic Games had asked China to improve its record on freedom of expression, could not enjoy the superb opening ceremony because of the monopoly on information that its big media consortia hold.
In delaying the broadcast of the opening [Read more]
Why should the US be able to demand outright, reciprocity and submission from Dominican justice?
It is exactly trade and not international charity that will contribute to the economic development of the countries of Latin America.
A few days ago Senator McCain concluded what many analysts considered a risky trip, judging from domestic policies, to Latin America. In particular he visited Mexico and Colombia, two [Read more]
Those who eulogize Uribe . . . sharpen knives for their own throats: they give oxygen to a sort of perverted sub-imperialism, which is instrument to the hawks in Washington.
Recently, Samantha Power, foreign policy assistant for Barak Obama, resigned from her position after calling Hillary Clinton a “monster” in an interview for the British media.
The lady, in criticizing herself, claimed that the word she used was unforgivable.
Her conduct was also condemned by the Democratic [Read more]