If all goes according to Washington’s plan, President Bush will be able to say, without lying, that the invasion of Iraq has ended well, in military and geostrategic terms, which is what is most important to a superpower with global interests.
Such a plan consists of signing as far ahead as possible-- if it can be [Read more]
More than eighteen million voters have supported Hillary Clinton in the Democratic Primary Elections, political inheritance permits her to maintain a considerable influence in the remaining trajectory, until the appointment of a new U.S. president. From her iron determination to continue fighting until the last moment [Read more]
The race to the White House
What went wrong for Hillary?
The first thing that went wrong for Hillary was Barack Obama. ‘Hilary was not facing another candidate, she was facing a phenomenon’ was the explanation given by her advisors during the campaign. And some added, ‘not even Bill could have made it against [Read more]
"The candidate needs Clinton’s collaboration to make it to the White House"
Paulina Rubio as Scarlett Johansson; Alejandro Sanz as Will.i.am; John Legizamo as Adam Rodriguez. The “Yes we can” face-to-face with “Podemos con Obama.” Latin America is also for the United States presidency Democratic candidate, Barack Obama and, due to this, twenty people from the Latin american culture [Read more]
The proclamation of “mission complete” that President George W. Bush made five years ago respecting Iraq was as arrogant as his actual affirmation that the “reinforcement” has “created a grand strategic victory in the war against terror,” The venture into Iraq not only is the largest and most expensive war [Read more]
The experience and the soundness of Hillary, combined with the enthusiasm and novelty of Obama. The revolution of a woman president of the strongest power of the world with the racial victory of a black?
This is probably the impossible dream of the democrats and the superdelegates -- the representatives of the party [Read more]
One does not need to look farther than the United States’ presidential campaign to understand why the country is experiencing a popular reaction against international trade.
In place of showing leadership and articulating a constructive alternative to the attack on trade, senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton [Read more]
The Hispanic Vote
The Republican candidate John McCain shall air the first Spanish announcements of his campaign this week with the hope of gaining the crucial Hispanic vote in the election this November.
However, given the anti-immigration posture of his party, it shall be difficult to win this battle. The majority [Read more]
Controversy arose in the United States due to the usage of anonymous sources by The New York Times, who accused one of the Republican candidates, John McCain, of improper conduct by favoring clients of a woman with whom he had maintained a romantic relationship, even though he is married. This action has caused some [Read more]