The end of the US superpower's aggression against Vietnam is remembered with filmed and photographic images of hundreds of Yankee officials in flight, ridiculously hanging from their helicopters.
The combined clash of Trump and Sanders will, perhaps, serve as an electroshock to a political class that –as confirmed by most US Americans– refuses to look reality in the face.
A recent poll conducted at Harvard University in Massachusetts, indicates that most young Americans reject the basic principles of the US economy and do not support capitalism.
Sanders is saying things not heard in the United States for a long time. Let’s hope they are a prelude to a change that only the US people can promote.
"Engagement is not a gift to the Castros – it’s a threat to the Castros."
Both Trump and Clinton have a chance of victory. And the impact of the polarizing effect left by the current campaign on the political future of the country with the entry into the political arena of the popular and socialist alternative brought by Bernie Sanders cannot be measured yet.
Cuban diplomat Ramon Sanchez-Parodi looks at the rise of Donald Trump and the prospects for the Republican Party through the 2016 elections.
The Second Declaration of Havana, approved on February 4, 1962 in the middle of a process of shaping up the people’s political power, far-reaching revolutionary changes, serious class struggle, and growing interventionism by the United States against Cuba.