The period of stable diplomatic relations between the U.S. and Cuba did not last long. The Yankee U-turn from the brief thaw could already be perceived when President Trump demanded Havana accept his demands regarding domestic policy. The refusal 15 days ago by the Cuban regime to negotiate on the right to free [Read more]
The Republican governors’ visit to the island reveals how the president still hasn’t finalized his attack against Obama’s strategy for compromise.
In the perspective of the Trump administration, the normalization of U.S.-Cuba relations would be no more than the restoration of capitalism on the island
Cuba’s relationship with the United States is like one of a student, where the power is asymmetrical.
<i>He has warned the Communist regime that if they resist a “better deal” he will terminate Barack Obama’s policy of rapprochement. </i>
This time Donald Trump threatens to bring back the Cold War, or at least one of its most emblematic chapters: the historic rivalry between the U.S. and Cuba, countries that [Read more]
Obama and Pope Francis ... were in total agreement over matters concerning social justice, human rights and respect for religious minorities, environmental issues and international politics.
The different interpretations of history, above all that developed after 1959, also came out in the open, and will exert a negative weight on the links between the two nations.
It'd be a bit of shame to see McDonald's, he said. But at least not all the Americans will be in Havana for cheap sex.