It is obvious that the U.S. is not in agreement with ... Ortega’s dictatorial drift.
One of the issues that has kept listeners in suspense is the scandal of children being separated from their immigrant parents and caged in detention centers. These revelations provoked so much public outrage the White House reacted by issuing an executive order to stop the embarrassing spectacle. Presumably, these and [Read more]
The glorious message of republican ideology and constitutional monarchies is that diversity is not only inevitable, it’s actually very advisable.
How incredible that the noble American people have voted for a man like Donald Trump. What disrespect for the White House and for the prestigious presidents who have passed through it, from John Adams in the 1800s to Barack Obama; men who celebrated the history of the United States like Abraham [Read more]
While the European Union opens a new era of relations with Cuba and begins a permanent process of cooperation and investment on the island, the U.S. administration takes a step in the opposite direction, arbitrarily passing legislation that casts a shadow over the historic agreements reached by Presidents Raul Castro [Read more]
The embargo against Cuba must end. It is the most unjust, harshest and longest-lasting unilateral sanctions regime that has ever been imposed on a country.
In the face of China's unstoppable rise, the U.S. is suffocating from the irreversible loss of its hegemony.
If these sanctions were to provoke a famine, it would be the people, not the tyrant, who would suffer.
Asking Trump to admit that he owed his electoral victory to Russia was to ask him to commit political suicide before assuming the presidency.