Representatives and senators of the Permanent Commission of the national Congress agreed yesterday on a unanimous rejection of the “xenophobic and racist statements of the president of the U.S.,” Donald Trump.
In addition, in support of the statement by President Enrique Peña Nieto in which he reiterated that [Read more]
[I]nstead of using the opportunity to propose substantial initiatives, the Mexican representatives decided to wager on maintaining the same basic terms of a treaty which was negotiated more than two decades ago.
Trump’s hostility toward us has ... strengthened the anti-imperialist nationalism of the old left, populists and extremists who are taking advantage of Trump’s provocations ... to encourage jingoism and belligerence.
The hope of concluding NAFTA negotiations in a satisfactory manner does not depend on Paul Ryan’s timing of the Mexican elections; it depends on whether the United States wants partners and not imperial subordinates.
Trump is doing serious damage to the United States by abandoning universal values and ceasing to promote 'soft power,' the support of democracy and the defense of human rights.
Will NAFTA become the next international partnership from which the U.S., under Trump, withdraws?
The leader of the Islamic Republic warned that if Washington turns its back on the pact, it will feel regret as never before in its history.
In the 21st century, Donald Trump is the new prototype of the old anti-establishment president.
[O]ver the course of four administrations, Mexico has suffered a loss of sovereignty over its energy resources, without getting anything in return.
Albright’s observations must serve as a warning to all of us.