Latin America in general, and South America in particular, are not areas that Washington is especially interested in.
The world as we know it has grown accustomed to a certain type of president who engages in campaigns against presidents from other parties; they walk behind their predecessors carrying an eraser to erase or adjust what has been accomplished so far. Trump might be one of them. He is following Obama’s path with an [Read more]
If the White House wants to preserve American greatness, the smart move is not to build walls and shut the doors on Latino immigrants.
The United States is far removed from world peace and promoting the concepts of democracy. It is closer to perpetuating conflicts around the world.
The wall is the ultimate division between 'them' and 'the rest.'
Let there be no doubt: Although Trump may drop bombs on half the world, this doesn’t mean he is going to ignore his southern neighbors.
Examples of foreign policy combined with other internal policies reflect that the true war of Donald Trump lies in deconstructing the system.
What has to be built on the border is "a wall of cooperation" rather than a physical one.
[Trump's] promise "to make American again" goes beyond the legitimate aspiration of bringing better times to the American nation.