With a new ban on visas, both governments escalated into a conflict that may shed some light on what could happen in Venezuela
While President-elect Donald J. Trump is pushing a negative agenda for Latin America, China is happily seeking to fill the vacuum of constructive U.S. policies in the region.
President Trump’s insistence that he will force Mexico to pay is the definition of extortion: obtaining un-owed money through coercion.
Because of his ignorance about the day-to-day intricacies of governing, he will be more reliant on his Cabinet than any of his predecessors. And yet, Trump has assembled the whitest, oldest and wealthiest cabinet in recent memory.
All though the judicial system rejected an aspect of the immigration ban, the situation doesn’t seem to be clear cut
Not only would the wall be needlessly expensive -- Trump says it will cost $8 billion, engineers have said at least twice as much -- but there are far better ways to prevent the flow of undocumented immigrants and drugs from Mexico.
Trump is still far from becoming president and his volatile character makes it hard to know what he would do should he ever make it to the White House. But what entails his trade war with Meixco?
It seems as if the president of the United States is losing allies in the Republican Party
Under the administration of president Mauricio Macri, the relation between Argentina and the US has “entered a new dynamic phase” and somehow those close links could be affected now that the Republican candidate won
Donald Trump completed his first year in the Oval Office with a 39% approval rating and one of the lowest unemployment rates of the past 17 years
Trump claims that the United States has a huge unemployment problem. In fact, the opposite is true: overall U.S. unemployment has gone down from 10 percent in 2009 to 4.8 percent today
Grandparents and other relatives of United States' residents are excluded from this limitation
It is time for the Trump administration to pay at least some attention to Latin America. Even bankrupt Venezuela has been quicker and more generous than the United States during the tragedy that devastated Peru
We are already seeing signs that Latin America may unite in condemning the United States if President-elect Donald Trump goes ahead with his plans to build a border wall
After decades of irrelevance under previous leaderships, the 34-country OAS has become the region's best option to restore democracy in Venezuela.
The president-elect has promised to rip up the free trade treaty, yet there is no sign that his approach will be any fairer
Hispanics in America are still waiting for a sign from Mrs. Clinton —one where she demonstrates her appreciation for Latino contributions to America, not just for often voting democrat.
Automation revolution is taking the jobs, not evil foreigners. The first self-driving cars are now on the road in the United States. That's another four million jobs down the drain
Recently, American President Donald Trump announced that his government would be rolling back on the “one-sided deal” with the Cuban state.
Under the changes, proposed after President Donald Trump called the pact a “disaster” during the election campaign, Washington would keep some of NAFTA’s most controversial provisions
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