We have two terrible presidents. That is the sad reality of Mexico and the United States.
When we needed two capable leaders during one of the most difficult moments of the troubled bilateral relationship, Enrique Peña Nieto and Donald Trump fell upon us. We could say it is bad luck. But the reality is that it is [Read more]
Everything indicates that the illusion has been shattered, the president’s approval rating is brushing up against his massive unpopularity, and the idea that they made a mistake is running through the ranks of his voters.
If it were not for how dangerous it is and the terrible damage it could cause, it would feel like we are watching a bad Western in which Trump plays both the bad and the ugly.
The problem is that, much like Trump, the United States wants everything in exchange for ... nothing.
On the last day of negotiations between the three teams from Mexico, Canada and the United States, it happened that the last of the three arrived with a proposal that turned what was discussed during the third round of negotiations in Ottawa on its head.
It was, once again, the issue of labor. And now, U.S. Trade [Read more]
The wall is not only a terrible idea, but a bad investment.
The president of the United States emphasized his disapproval of the agreement signed between the P5+1* and Tehran aimed at restricting Iran’s nuclear program. He described the pact as a disaster and suggested that it should be torn up.
The tone and content of Donald Trump’s discourse in front of the United [Read more]
Each time there is another shooting, it is impossible not to make the connection between access to firearms and the attacks themselves ... for some people like Trump, the relationship isn't so clear.
The selfishness of the Trump administration knows no bounds.