[E]ven U.S. allies are no longer willing to take sides when the U.S. and China have conflicts.
Two of the three United States presidents of this century have initially been elected by a majority of voters in the [Electoral] College and a minority of popular votes. However, the Electoral College is not an American invention, but a medieval relic. Across various centuries, many political communities in Europe and [Read more]
It’s unfair to include Caribbean and Central American nations on the list of large ports for drug trafficking.
The Bolivarian revolution has multiple fronts open both on a domestic and international scale. In this context, relations with the United States and Colombia have been some of the most complex we have seen, since for years they have been irrationally managed. Now, when the crisis is in one of its most critical phases, [Read more]
Quite often, Latin American international relations officers wonder if we have validity on Washington’s foreign policy agenda.
Except for a few crises, like the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962 or the one with Mexico in recent years, we are not at the center of U.S. interests.
Sometimes, certain situations [Read more]
<i>Here we outline five reasons to condemn the unilateral sanctions made by the U.S. toward Venezuela.</i>
- Seventy-three percent of the population rejects them. That is the percentage that, according to Hinterlaces, questions the U.S. sanctions on Venezuela. Namely, the sanctions are looked upon unfavorably by the [Read more]
Today’s Cuba is not that of yesterday. Obama’s new politics respecting the island state are more than logical. Cuba is a bridge on which both America’s could meet.
The year 2050 is a long way off, but whites are currently the minority in four states: Hawaii, New Mexico, California and Texas, as well as in Washington, D.C.