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Assault on Democracy and America’s Response

Assault on Democracy and America’s Response Ambassador Curtis A. Ward (17 December 2021)—Whether planned as an insurrection, a terrorist attack on the U.S. Congress, a conspiracy to engage in a coup to overturn a legitimate election, the unprecedented January 6, 2021, events were an assault on democracy. Not just on American democracy but on global democracy. The lame-duck American president Donald Trump and his sycophants needed no Russian autocrat to help them. The Russians could not have...

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Meeks calls for Obama era relations with Cuba, diplomatic talks with Venezuela, COVID vaccines for Caribbean neighbors

Meeks calls for Obama era relations with Cuba, diplomatic talks with Venezuela, COVID vaccines for Caribbean neighbors Ambassador Curtis A. Ward (06 May 2021) — In a speech reflecting the diversity of issues in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) which must be prioritized by the Biden administration, Rep. Gregory Meeks (D-NY) called on the Biden-Harris Administration to return to the level of diplomatic relations achieved by former president Barack Obama with Cuba; to engage in...

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Healing and Unity of a Troubled Nation and a World at Risk

Healing and Unity of a Troubled Nation and a World at Risk Ambassador Curtis A. Ward (28 March 2021) – Sixty-eight days after the inauguration of president Joseph Biden as the 46th President of the United States of America, and of vice president Kamala Harris, history-making first woman and first person of Black and Asian heritage to serve in that office, I decided to take a look at how well president Biden and his administration had done, so far, in fulfilling the pledges he made to heal and...