Category Archives: US politics

2016 State of the Union – Obama’s Foreign Policy: A Patient and Discipline strategy?

In his final State of Union, President Obama reflected on his past seven years in office, but most importantly tried to shape the debate on the campaign trail and for the next decades. On the question of foreign policy, President … Continue reading

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RIP Cold War – Cuba, Diplomacy and the Miamian Emotional Distress

  Listening on the radio John Kerry’ speech and the sounds of the trumpets and drums accompanying the rise of the American flag in Havana from Miami was an historical moment. It marks the end of the Cold War politics … Continue reading

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Vinyl Diplomacy – A refreshing look at US Diplomacy

Diplomacy is more than high-level meetings behind closed-doors. Diplomacy is primarily the art of building relationship between humans. However, it seems that this core component has been lost leading to a decline of Diplomacy in its role, perceptions and successes, … Continue reading

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Discussion on the shift in Cuba-US Relations

The day of the announcement by President Obama of a new course in relations between the United States and Cuba, La Voix de l’Amérique wanted to discuss about this historical moment for the United States. As declared by Obama, the embargo has … Continue reading

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