The United States stokes historic territorial disputes to weaken 'adversary' governments of the region, while at the same time it rekindles divisions contrary to regional unity.
After 55 years, President Barack Obama has ended the cold war between the United States and Cuba. Today is the opening of the U.S. embassy. The American flag will be run up the flagpole. In December, Obama — the 11th president of the United States since the communist dictator Fidel Castro took power in Cuba in 1959 [Read more]
Obama says the hour to free himself from 'the imprisonment of the past' has arrived.
To a large extent, the rapprochement between the United States and Cuba stems from a U.S. desire to re-establish its presence in Latin America, and it is likely that the coming revitalization of the Cuban economy will bring with it intensifying competition between the two nations in the region.
In recent weeks, the [Read more]
In a time that requires performance at a high level, Barack Obama, the president of the United States, has demonstrated how right his voters were to trust in him to guide the most successful nation in the world.
I’m not a diplomat, but I have common sense, and upon observing its development throughout history, the [Read more]
Azel, the scholar, adds that American tourists pass on their values when they travel abroad, which 'is an authentic premise.' It is worth asking the question: And how will they manage to justify the recent murders of members of the black community at the hands of white police officers?
Dissidents weren't welcome at the celebration of amorous reconciliation between the U.S. government and the Castro regime.
One cannot fail to admire how easy it was to call a seemingly distant, remote and impossible event 'historic.'