Economic and social globalisation, as driven by the G3 - EU, US, China - will always advance, driven by a dramatic acceleration in technological convergence.
Obama can present a concrete peace-building agenda — a “new deal” for the region.
The United States has a long and justifiably proud history of fostering democracy around the world.
The point is that populists do not learn from their own misery.
In some respects, the Chinese interest in South America was the latest search for cheaper labor costs.
Many people in Washington still remember that Iran's help to the U.S lead coalition was crucial in the toppling of the Taliban back in 2001.
We are living in a new global reality with increasingly complex and challenging opportunities.
Tens of thousands of Salvadorans have been internally displaced by gangs and other organized criminal groups.
Few people believe our fifty-year-old policy of isolating Cuba is working.
The cyclical nature of conflict in Iraq is hugely disappointing.