Perhaps Donald Trump -- many times over a millionaire -- is accustomed to buy, sell and do whatever he pleases with the lives and destinies of people around the world.
For China, however, it is a simple observation of "shi,” the ancestral belief in revision of a course of action when opportunities appear.
The U.S., however, is having trouble digesting the call made last Saturday by Chinese President Xi Jinping for more countries to join Beijing’s vast infrastructure project.
'Cuba has already proved that it could, can, and will always be able to resist, fight, and win.'
The unconditional alignment that the president of Brazil offered the United States at first is showing its limitations.
In what resembles another chapter of the Cold War, the serious situation in Venezuela has put the United States and Russia back on the chessboard.
Ultimately, the dirty trick of using the economy to achieve a political ambition which stalled at the ballot box, has failed.
[A]t the end of the meeting, President Trump affirmed, “The United States and Brazil are also united in support of the long-suffering people of Cuba and Nicaragua.”
Trump ... doesn’t intend to back down from his plans to overthrow the legitimate president of Venezuela.