GEORGETOWN, GUYANA, DECEMBER 18, 2014 - The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) says it welcomes the thawing of relations between the United States and Cuba and the move towards the re-establishment of diplomatic ties.
WASHINGTON DC, December 18, 2014 - While announcing a normalization of relations with Cuba, U.S. President Barack Obama has also quietly signed a new raft of sanctions against Russia into law, the State Department announced Wednesday.
News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. Dec. 16, 2014: For years the question has been asked and left unanswered, but Caribbean Americans may now have a better idea of how many undocumented Caribbean immigrants are living across the length and breadth of the United States.
CARACAS, Venezuela (AFP) -Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says the recently imposed US sanctions against the country's government officials amount to no more than an intimidatory tactic that could start a conflict between Washington and Caracas.
America is on a war footing. While, a World War Three Scenario has been on the drawing board of the Pentagon for more than ten years, military action against Russia is now contemplated at an “operational level”. Similarly, both the Senate and the House have introduced enabling legislation which provides legitimacy to the conduct of a war against Russia.
In the last few days it became clear that economic warfare is the main weapon used by the Transnational Elite, (TE- i.e. the network of the elites based mainly in the G7 countries which run the New World Order of neoliberal globalization), to subordinate Russia and integrate every other country still resisting the process, e.g. Iran and Venezuela.
WASHINGTON, DC, November 14, 2014 — US President Barak Obama is expected to announce next week, an overhaul of the US immigration enforcement system that will protect nearly five million unauthorized immigrants, including Jamaicans, from deportation and provide many of them with work permits.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) November 11, 2014 - The United States on Tuesday proposed that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) write off some US$100 million in debt it is owed by Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone to free up more resources for those countries, the hardest hit by the Ebola outbreak.