Tag: United States

What Are US Interests in Latin America?
By November 29, 2005 Read More →

What Are US Interests in Latin America?

The fourth Summit of the Americas offered an opportunity for the United States to reaffirm its commitment to Latin America. But the failure by leaders in the hemisphere even to agree on a final summit document increases the likelihood that the United States will further disengage from the restive region.

¿Se dirige Irán hacia un enfrentamiento con Estados Unidos?
By July 26, 2005 Read More →

¿Se dirige Irán hacia un enfrentamiento con Estados Unidos?

La elección de Mahmud Ahmadineyad como nuevo presidente de Irán lo mermará las posibilidades de reconciliación entre Irán y Estados Unidos.

Is Iran Heading Towards a Showdown with the United States?
By July 7, 2005 Read More →

Is Iran Heading Towards a Showdown with the United States?

The election of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as Iran’s new president will undermine the chance for reconciliation between Iran and the United States.

Por qué debería reformarse la Nueva Agenda Transatlántica, y por qué no se reformará
By May 4, 2005 Read More →

Por qué debería reformarse la Nueva Agenda Transatlántica, y por qué no se reformará

La Nueva Agenda Transatlántica (NTA) fue creada en 1995 con el objetivo de reducir las tensiones transatlánticas. Diez años más tarde, se han multiplicado los conflictos entre EEUU y Europa y las relaciones transatlánticas se encuentran en su peor momento desde 1945.

Why the New Transatlantic Agenda Should, But Won’t, Be Reformed
By April 21, 2005 Read More →

Why the New Transatlantic Agenda Should, But Won’t, Be Reformed

The main role of the New Transatlantic Agenda will continue to be what it has been during the past decade: to prevent the outbreak of a transatlantic trade war.

¿Se dirigen China y EEUU hacia un conflicto bélico por Taiwán?
By April 4, 2005 Read More →

¿Se dirigen China y EEUU hacia un conflicto bélico por Taiwán?

El principal interés estratégico nacional de EEUU en Asia oriental es mantener la paz y la estabilidad en el Estrecho de Taiwán y en toda la región. Está en juego nada menos que la credibilidad militar de EEUU en Asia.

¿Quién dirige la política exterior estadounidense?
By March 22, 2005 Read More →

¿Quién dirige la política exterior estadounidense?

El Presidente George W. Bush ha elegido a los miembros clave de su equipo de política exterior para este segundo mandato.

Are China and the US Drifting Towards War over Taiwan?
By March 3, 2005 Read More →

Are China and the US Drifting Towards War over Taiwan?

The fundamental US strategic national interest in East Asia is to preserve peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait and throughout the region. Any US equivocation on Taiwan’s security would strike a devastating blow to American military credibility in greater Asia.

Who is Running US Foreign Policy?
By February 17, 2005 Read More →

Who is Running US Foreign Policy?

US President George W. Bush has selected the key members of his second-term foreign policy team.

¿Bombardeará Estados Unidos a Irán?
By February 14, 2005 Read More →

¿Bombardeará Estados Unidos a Irán?

La Casa Blanca ha indicado que habla en serio sobre su intención de impedir que Irán adquiera armamento nuclear.

Is the United States Going to Bomb Iran?
By January 28, 2005 Read More →

Is the United States Going to Bomb Iran?

A recent flurry of statements by senior US officials indicates that Washington has opted to take a hard-line approach towards Iran. European leaders have been quick to stress the need for diplomacy over military action.

The Geopolitics of Tsunami Relief
By January 20, 2005 Read More →

The Geopolitics of Tsunami Relief

The global response to the Indian Ocean seaquake and tsunami disaster has been unprecedented. Although this generosity will create a number of diplomatic openings, the long-term implications for international politics will be limited.