Since Donald Trump said that he is not ruling out a military option, many Venezuelans, like the hostages in SWAT team movies, fantasize about an armed intervention that will finally put an end to the hostage takers. Long live Hollywood!
Now there is no talk of invasion, but of humanitarian intervention. We [Read more]
The broad agenda that is impelling U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on his current Latin American tour looks like a replay of the national security doctrine that determined Washington’s relations with the region during the Cold War.
Today, the threats that Tillerson is talking about, communism and the former [Read more]
<i>The secretary of state today starts his tour of Mexico, Argentina, Peru and Colombia</i>
America is not a continent but an ensemble of values. And the threatening shadow of China and Russia extends over them; two countries that have an economic influence on the region, but who are foreign to their democratic [Read more]
[T]he FBI continues to be in the line of fire, and its agents are being forced to choose between loyalty to the country and personal loyalty to Trump.
Trump has yet to visit any Latin American country since taking office and may once again demonstrate his lack of interest if he does not attend the Summit of the Americas, which will happen in Peru this April.
[T]he emergence of a world without institutional space for group dialogue and with governments that act only on the basis of their selfish interests or their leaders’ impulses is not good news.
News of the Iranian fleet’s arrival in the Gulf of Mexico clearly has the flavor of a political and media response to the latest tensions regarding Iran, especially in the Persian Gulf.
Since before Trump officially took office in January, the contradictions and confusion between the public and private have been a personal trademark of his administration.
We have two terrible presidents. That is the sad reality of Mexico and the United States.
When we needed two capable leaders during one of the most difficult moments of the troubled bilateral relationship, Enrique Peña Nieto and Donald Trump fell upon us. We could say it is bad luck. But the reality is that it is [Read more]
The speech by President Donald Trump on Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017, before the General Assembly of the United Nations, was one of the most aggressive and intimidating ever uttered by any leader in this setting.
Correspondents from multiple media outlets already had information on the topics the president would address [Read more]