The truth is plain and simple: politicians, existing political parties, and their candidates are so flawed that the only thing for us to do is to choose the least worst.
Bogota – Officials of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) returned to the nation of Colombia 66 pre-Colombian pieces confiscated three years ago in Broward, south Florida, Colombia’s Minister of Culture said Monday.
Official delivery of the items took place today at the National Museum of Colombia, [Read more]
"Barack Obama captured the hearts of tens of thousands of Europeans, mostly young people, that acclaimed him yesterday in Berlin as the unexpected leader that can return the optimism to the world that it is currently lacking." So began the note of Antonio Caño, special correspondent of the Spanish newspaper El País [Read more]
Evo Morales meets with Thomas Shannon, Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs
Bolivia and US agree to reestablish trust to overcome disagreements
Meetings to discuss US assistance for Bolivian development will continue
La Paz, July 23. Bolivia and the United States agreed today to reestablish [Read more]
The Democratic candidate to the presidency of the United States, Barack Obama, said in an interview with a South American newspaper that his priority in foreign policy would be his relationship with Mexico. But several months later, the senator has traveled to Israel, Palestine, Iraq, Afghanistan, Great Britain, [Read more]
The Mexican federal Department of Public Security (SSP) detected a route for arms trafficking from Texas, in the United States, to central Mexico. Mexican immigrants, the majority of them residents of the United States with migratory documents in order, are used to transport the arms by sea, air and land. The [Read more]
For a moment, the house of God was converted into the house of McCain, as both the faithful and the Mexican reporters were prevented from entering once the candidate stepped onto the Basilica’s principal esplanade.
Immigration is the theme that captures the audience’s attention. The Democrat accused his Republican rival of turning his back on immigration reform under pressure from his party. McCain promised that a change in the immigration laws was, is, and will be his priority.
The presumptive Republican candidate for the White House orients his vision of Latin America in free trade and, with regard to migration, says that he would combine security with normalization.
The American congress discussed setting aside some $200 million for the Mexican Plan, which Washington hopes will aid in the fight against drugs, said a democratic legislator this Thursday.
The government of President George W. Bush asked Congress for authorization to designate $550 million to the new anti-drug plan [Read more]