For as long as the influence of gun lobbyists remains strong and while there is no increase in social awareness, the massacres will remain routine.
[R]epublicans lost the battle in a state where the Democrats’ victory, as one American columnist put it, is as improbable as Jamaica beating New Zealand in the Rugby World Cup.
It inconveniences progressives for Trump to be right, but they should know that bending to another country in this way is never advisable.
Just as he said in his campaign, President Donald Trump changed the United States’ policy towards Cuba. In addition to wiping clean one of President Barack Obama’s legacies regarding relations with the rest of America, the bully is trying to secure allies among the congressmen that support the expulsion of Cubans [Read more]
Since the debate ... the Democrats have had the wind in their sails. If the election were held tomorrow, we could easily assume that there would be a landslide victory [for Clinton].
The man is a liar, but he knows how to handle his brand ... He goes everywhere in his portentous private plane, as if he were the real president of the United States just hiding behind the scenes.
In the last installment, I mentioned that it was not sufficient to dollarize in order to gain security and economic independence; and many Venezuelans used to keep their dollars in savings or checking accounts in the United States, especially in Miami, New York or Panama, realizing excessively low interest and [Read more]
<b>Decoding the Situation</b>
John Kerry will raise the star spangled banner this Friday over the embassy in Havana. The U.S. secretary of state sanctions this mutual thaw in relations, which doesn’t, however, solve questions of trade or political repression.
On Thursday, the undying Fidel Castro celebrated his [Read more]
As I write these lines I am receiving information from the town of Jupiter, off the Atlantic coast of Florida, where young white locals participate in what they call 'Guat hunting' for amusement. Their entertainment consists in physically beating Guatemalans in the streets.
<i>Barack Obama and Raul Castro have simultaneously announced the opening of negotiations to normalize the relationship between their countries, a historical reconciliation after over 50 years of damaged diplomatic relations. Here is the reaction of Olivier Dabene, a professor of political science and expert on Latin [Read more]