Tag: foreign policy

U.S.-Cuban Immigration Talks Resume, Outlook Unclear

By Maibe Gonzalez Fuentes, FI2W contributor After six years of stalled negotiations, the U.S. and Cuba have started talking again about immigration issues affecting the two countries. A meeting held Tuesday at UN headquarters in New York City is the…

Goal of Visiting the U.S. Without a Visa Still Eludes Poles

In recent years, the Polish government stood by the U.S., strongly supporting President Bush’s war on terror by sending troops to Iraq and Afghanistan, and agreeing to install parts of an American missile defense system in its territory. As a…

Obama to Mexico: Let's Work Together

By Diego Graglia, FI2W web editor MEXICO CITY — Even before he landed in Mexico City today to begin a two day visit, President Obama had already sent a strong message to Mexicans via one of the capital city’s most influential…