Letters to the editor
China on track to become a new global climate leader...
President Trump’s decision has not stop others in the fight for climate change. In fact, it has give...
Gender violence and its role in today’s society
Is violence against women a reflection of an uncontrollable reality?
Hawaii breaks rank from Trump
The state of Hawaii became the first state to pass a law to support the Paris Agreement
Trump’s climate decision and human health
President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris accord seems to have endangered human l...
Latin America lacks clear policies to tackle human trafficking
Each year, some three million undocumented immigrants enter the United States, half of them with the...
Donald Trump: Betting on economic growth or just refusing collaboration?...
The president of the United States decided to withdraw the nation from the Paris Agreement (PA) afte...
U.S. climate policy doesn’t depend on Trump
Donald Trump fulfilled one of his campaign’s promises and withdrew from the Paris Agreement.
Battling the scourge of corruption in Latin America
Much of the continent is mired in financial scandals, but a Brazilian probe has illustrated that pub...
Supreme Court OKs investigation into Brazil president
Brazil’s Supreme Court authorized an investigation into allegations the nation’s head of state enco...
Equatorial Guinea and its violence against Paraguayan women
Sexual violence is not a new topic for Latin America, however, women trade is getting worse in Parag...
The economics of human trafficking in Latin America
Human trafficking has very real ties with economic development. How can Latin-American countries dea...
Is there slavery in Latin America?
The stolen freedom of hundreds of people, mostly women, is one of the Latin America’s hurdles nowada...
Why Hospitals Aren't in the Drug Business
They want to address shortages and high prices. But existing manufacturers are likely to do so faste...
Saudi Arabia: What is the importance of social reforms for...
Since the heir to the throne, Mohamed Bin Salman, began his plan of reforms, several have had reperc...
Latam's #MeToo Moment
The fight against sexual misconduct is gathering force in the land of machismo.
Catalonia Back to Square One
After an election that settles nothing, both sides need to think again.
President's Narrow Survival Is Good News for Peru
Weaponizing corruption is a dangerous political strategy.
U.S. Can't Walk Away From the Migration Crisis
Boycotting UN talks won't keep instability at bay.
The Alborada: an inheritance tainted
The legacy of paramilitarism and drug trafficking that Medellín has came at a high price
Venezuela Welcomes All Tourists Crazy Enough to Go
No food, no money, no security, no medical care...no problem!
Argentina Leaves Evita Behind
Peronism's old populist playbook no longer works in a changing nation.
Chile Needs Some New Ideas
Can't rely on copper to pull it out of its middle-income funk.
Brazil on Track to Get Own Trump
The building fury in Latin America's biggest nation promises turmoil in its upcoming election.
The Promising Crisis in Saudi Arabia
Purging rivals is often a bad sign. But in this case it may show an impatience to reform.
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