Pompeo said that Abrams is a realistic thinker with long experience in human rights. A lot of people in Latin America shuddered.
Ultimately, if the present course is maintained, it risks the United States — especially under a President Trump — taking unilateral action that would undermine and render obsolete the entirety of international relations.
In televised debates, the Republican Party's main presidential candidates have indulged in a strange competition: Who will promise to commit the most war crimes once he is elected. As of now, they are committed to "grow Guantanamo" (Marco Rubio), submit prisoners to waterboarding (Ted Cruz) or "even worse" (Donald [Read more]
There are a thousand and one windows into memory and the preservation of those full of pain, and agony does not fade away. For Iraqi society, memory abounds with events of American heroes, and whatever the event, some tried to replace it with another as an attempt to cover up what happened in one detail or another. It [Read more]
The U.S. says that neither the corrupt nor human rights violators are welcome within its borders. But when did it stop accepting them? The question is worth considering. For decades, Miami and New York, to mention only two cities, have been the hideouts of our most corrupt: from ex-presidents and their lovers/wives [Read more]
These torture crimes are not the only aspect of the terrorism America practices against many countries of the world.