Archive | Otros Idiomas

12 April 2015 ~ 27 Comments

Montaner: “Obama se ha arrodillado ante el régimen cubano”

Traducido del Alemán por Karen Hollihan (Tages Anzeiger) La cumbre de las Américas se define como histórica antes de haber empezado. ¿Usted esta de acuerdo? CAM: No. Que Obama y Castro se abracen no cambia nada la dictadura cubana. Lo que me parece cuestionable y peligroso, además, es la nueva táctica de Obama, de hacerles […]

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17 March 2015 ~ 3 Comments

Yes, Venezuela is a security threat

by Carlos Alberto Montaner President Obama signed an executive order last week declaring the regime in Venezuela a danger to U.S. security. Why? Because it violated the human rights of the democratic opposition. He followed up by imposing sanctions against several military officers and functionaries. A strange move. He did it a few weeks after […]

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17 February 2015 ~ 26 Comments

Después de Fidel y Raúl viene Jack Sparrow (en ruso)

Un análisis en ruso de la situación cubana por Eugenio Bai, excorresponsal de Izvestia en La Habana y gran conocedor de América Latina (haqqin.az) После Фиделя и Рауля придет Джек Воробей (haqqin.az из Кубы) Куба после долгих лет прозябания на периферии мировых дел вновь вернулась в большую политику. Прежде мои знакомые кубинцы говорили, что для […]

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19 January 2015 ~ 2 Comments

Obama’s five mistakes in his new Cuba policy

by Carlos Alberto Montaner The upcoming January 21st visit to Cuba by U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for the Western Hemisphere, Roberta Jacobson, aimed at officially restarting a dialogue with the Castro dictatorship, will prove to be problematic. The diplomat, who has always showed concern about issues of human rights on the island, will arrive […]

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13 January 2015 ~ 4 Comments

Senator Menendez Floor Remarks on U.S.-Cuba Relations

U.S. Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ), Ranking Member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, delivered the following speech today on the Senate Floor about U.S.-Cuba relations: “Mr. President, I rise to say that nothing has changed in Cuba since Cuban arms were captured on this North Korean ship going through the Panama Canal a year and […]

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05 January 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Pipe dreams in Greece

by Carlos Alberto Montaner The new year was an extremely unstable one in the Mediterranean, but the shockwave will envelop the planet.  The shakeup will begin in Greece with the likely election of the Syriza Party. The word is a Greek acronym that can be translated as Coalition of the Radical Left. And it sure […]

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03 January 2015 ~ 2 Comments

Cuba: Legacy Or Nightmare?

by Carlos Alberto Montaner (The Huffington Post) President Barack Obama wants to “normalize” relations with the Cuban regime. He presumes that it will be part of his legacy. Likely, that risky diplomatic move will backfire, although polls show that most U.S. Americans support the reestablishment of relations with Cuba and the end of the embargo. […]

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16 December 2014 ~ 3 Comments

Thou Shalt Not Torture

by Carlos Alberto Montaner It should have been a commandment. Article 5 of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights, signed by all the member states of the United Nations, says so, unequivocally: "No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment." Period. All this, of course, I […]

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09 December 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Venezuela’s willing accomplices

by Carlos Alberto Montaner It happened. Engineer María Corina Machado was formally accused of the attempted assassination of a ruling leader and of conspiring against Venezuela by means of a sinister coup d’état. “Proof” of the attempted assassination consisted of false e-mails sent by the Internet. They were fabricated by President Nicolás Maduro’s police. Google […]

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28 November 2014 ~ 1 Comment

Bachelet turns her back on today’s Chile

by Carlos Alberto Montaner Chile is ceasing to be the hope of Latin America. That’s serious for all of us, not just for the Chileans.  For decades, especially since the arrival of democracy to that country in 1989 (although the transformation had begun during the Pinochet dictatorship), it was obvious that freedom, the operation of […]

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