[W]e can expect in 2020 not a repetition of the vulgarities of 2016 but a discussion of substance and transcendence.
[T]he Mexican authorities and producers should take this predicament as a reminder of the urgency of diversifying Mexico’s export markets.
The criminal element in Venezuela makes it more difficult to achieve a negotiated solution to the current crisis.
[T]he contest will be about whether Trump deserves to continue his presidency.
Soon, the differences between the United States and Mexico will become more pronounced.
But what are the limits to determination? How do we know when it turns into stubbornness, obstinacy or obsession?
[T]here is another scenario that could be much more politically and electorally practical for Democrats: leave him in the White House.
Lies, deceptions, emotional outbursts, total nepotism, personal interests, undesirable collaborators; in all, garbage.
The soft blow expected to the U.S. economy could seriously jeopardize [Donald Trump's] campaign. ... The chance of this snag has led him to play up his populist strategy of xenophobic tirades.
Immigrants who have been released from these centers report ill treatment, inedible food ... and general brutality.