After putting as good of a face as it could during the time it was isolated from Latin America, now the United States returns to having preferential partners of its policies, especially in Argentina and Brazil (despite that in this case, it had been through a coup). And what is it that the United States has to propose to the continent?
The historic nature of Barack Obama's visit to Cuba portends a transformation in the lives of Cubans.
The digital revolution is a phenomenon that is here to stay ... Nothing can stop it, no matter how much totalitarian governments try.
France’s declaration of war against the Islamic State is only the beginning of one of three fronts which must be fought simultaneously as the only effective way of eliminating from the face of the earth the barbaric terrorism, which even exceeds al-Qaida in its time as a threat to peace and the peaceful coexistence [Read more]
The coldness with which Obama and Putin met is a sign of this new international time that asserts the strong differences between the United States and Russia.
Iran's seemingly endless anti-American campaign projects the views not of society as a whole but of a small, loud-mouthed elite that uses 'anti-Yankeeism' as a tool to distort reality.
Dialogue between the United States and Cuba moves slowly, but progresses.
One of the most significant political injustices in the world ended yesterday: At about 1:43 p.m., we found out that Cuba was eliminated from a list that included countries that support terrorism.
The secretary of state, John Kerry, decided to remove Cuba from the blacklist after concluding that “Cuba has not [Read more]
The secretary general of the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR), Ernesto Samper, proposed Monday the elimination of all U.S. military bases in Latin American territory, considering them as elements belonging “to the era of the Cold War.”
With respect to the Summit of the Americas that will be celebrated [Read more]