On the front page of the New York Times and the Washington Post, Haiti has arrested two Americans for the assassination of the country’s president. The day before, as part of the coverage showed, audios already featured “a man with an American accent” in the attack.
And now articles, the case of a WP scholar, have come to point out that the United States this time “should avoid old patterns of interference.”
On the Associated Press, Joshua Goodman, who covers the foreign policy of Latin American communities in Miami, reported that Joe Biden “is dragged into Haiti’s political quagmire after the assassination.” He who in the 1990s told PBS, according to the AP:
“If Haiti, a terrible thing to say, if Haiti sank quietly into the Caribbean, it wouldn’t matter much.
MBS & WASHINGTON
Through social media, the US Secretary of Defense praised the visit of Saudi Arabia’s Deputy Defense Minister to the Pentagon. This is the number 2 of Mohammad bin Salman, accused by the Biden government of having killed Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
And CNBC reports that MBS has already hired American journalists and will launch a website in the US capital.
‘THE COLD WAR OF BIDEN’
Washington’s Politico website reports the split within the Democratic Party, with “progressives” going public to prevent “Biden’s new cold war on China” that would threaten the once-a-time global climate change effort. priority.
The Battle of the Democratic Wings also takes place in Foreign Affairs magazine, with an article by Senator Bernie Sanders, against the Cold War, and now a response from a professor at the US Naval War College, in its favor.
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