How many films have you seen about the 45 million Americans in poverty? How many journalistic reports? How many people bring up this topic in TV debates? The answer is always the same: None.
The world’s largest economy brings unsettling news to the most powerful central bank in the world – the cost of labor is growing at the lowest rate in the last three decades, consumer spending is inevitably slowing down, and industrial activity is putting on the brakes. To make matters worse, Puerto Rico, which [Read more]
The United States, along with many other Western countries, are losing their edge just as the subcontinent, notwithstanding its chronic problems of poverty, corruption and insecurity, is showing real signs of promise.
End game negotiations for TPP can't get under way with any degree of certainty unless Obama has the authority to conclude the deal.