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The White House strategy for generating conflicts in the world
Marcelo Rech Last August, the United States unilaterally withdrew from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF), on the grounds that Russia was about to collapse the agreement with arms purposes. Days later, Washington tested a previously banned ground cruise missile with a range of 500 km. Moreover, even before announcing its departure...
US acts to isolate Russia by targeting energy sector
Marcelo Rech The United States is implementing a series of measures aimed at politically isolating Russia, in order to prevent Moscow from building trust with the international community, which interests most countries and blocs that see Russia as a key player for global stability. Through a series of strategies, Washington now targets...
Joint Communiqué on the occasion of the Second Hemispheric Ministerial Conference on the Fight against Terrorism
Buenos Aires, Argentina, July 19th, 2019 On July 19th, 2019, Argentina convened the Second Hemispheric Ministerial Conference for the Fight against terrorism, following on the Hemispheric Ministerial in Washington in December, 2018, on the same subject. The participants of the Conference included Argentina, Bahamas, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El...
US imposition to India on purchase of weapons causes preoccupation
Marcelo Rech The United States is imposing on the government of India the purchase of arms and military equipment, something that causes preoccupation not only because of the regional context of tensions with Pakistan, but also because of the way the endeavor is being carried out. For the American war industry,...
Military intervention in Venezuela and its impacts on the region
Marcelo Rech Rumors surrounding a possible military intervention as a way for the overthrow of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro are gaining strength. The patience of the United States seems to have reached the limit. The challenge now is to know how the region will behave. South America took decades to consolidate itself...