Daniel Waring discusses the latest developments in U.S.-Cuban diplomatic relations, and the implications and potential setbacks of the negotiations.
Author: Daniel Waring
WikiLeaks and Saudi Arabia’s Troubling Foreign Policy
Daniel Waring discusses the implications of the recent Saudi Arabia foreign cables which were leaked by Wikileaks.
What Reform Means For Hong Kong
Daniel Warning discusses the latest developments in the Hong Kong protests, and the implications of reform in the city.
Canada’s Shaky Environmental History
Daniel Waring discusses Canada’s environmental policies and what is being done globally to reduce CO2 emissions.
Why Nothing Can Stop the Colombian Peace Talks
Daniel Waring describes the ongoing peace talks between the Colombian government and FARC rebels, and why nothing can stop the negotiations now.
Power Shakeup Brings New Life to the House of Saud
Daniel Waring discusses how the shake up of the royal succession line in Saudi will reinvigorate the image of the royal family within Saudi Arabia.
Latin America: A New Approach to the War on Drugs?
Daniel Waring analyzes the new trends in combating the illegal drug trade in Latin America.
New Generation: Mexico’s Latest Cartel
Daniel Waring looks at the newest developments in the Mexican Drug war between the government and the cartels.
What AirBnb means for Cuba
Daniel Waring discusses what the cooling of relations between the U.S. and Cuba means for American businesses and travelers.
Argentina vs the United Kingdom: The Falkland Islands
Recently discovered oil and gas reserves off the coast of the Falkland Islands causes renewed tension between Argentina and the UK, as discussed by Daniel Waring.