Bacha Bazi

How Do Videos Of Children On The Internet Promote Child Exploitation?

Videos of minors on social networks could be hiding child exploitation. 

Fernando Lugo and Pedro Castillo

Latin America in Short: Former Paraguayan President's Health Worsens | Crisis in Peru

Former Paraguayan President Fernando Lugo entered an induced coma this week and is under observation. The crisis in Peru, on the other hand, worsens with the arrest of President Castillo's sister-in-law. The most relevant news of the week summarized here

military marching

Will Taiwan End Up Like Ukraine?

2022 has been marked by two geopolitical conflicts, Taiwan and Ukraine are its epicenters. Both altercations are considered to be very similar to each other, having China, Russia, and the United States as protagonists. However, there are more differences that surround these escalations of violence.

Diana Medina Casas and Bolivar's sword

Meaning of the Symbols Used During the Ceremony of the New President in Colombia

Diana Medina Casas, Director of Monitoring and Strategy, and a political analyst have kindly sent us her perspective in this article for The Woman Post.

donald trump

Is Donald Trump Experiencing Another Watergate?

The FBI is raiding Donald Trump's Florida mansion. The former president has described the event as a Watergate

 President of the Republic, Jair Bolsonaro, during a family photo of the two BRICS Leaders

The Return of the BRICS Group: Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa

In the global context in which the West is once again in tension with Russia and China, the role of the BRICS is relevant again

Argentine peso and hand in support of abortion

Latin America in Short: Argentina Makes an Economic Readjustment | Kansas Votes on Abortion Rights

This week, Argentina has a new Minister of Economy, who has presented an adjustment plan according to the demands of the IMF. In more global news, Kansas voted yes on abortion rights. This and more summarized here

Monsignor Rolando Alvarez in Nicaragua

Nicaragua: The Conflict Between Daniel Ortega And the Catholic Church Grows

The political and social crisis in Nicaragua has had a visible contender just as powerful as Daniel Ortega's regime: The Catholic Church, which has caused discomfort in the Executive of the Central American country.

Nancy Pelosi being received in Taipei

Nancy Pelosi in Taiwan: Why Is this a Povocation to China and World Peace?

The Speaker of the US House of Representatives has arrived in Taiwan, generating mixed reactions in Taipei, Beijing, and even Washington

Ayman al-Zawahiri

What We Know about the Death of the Leader of Al-Qaeda, Ayman al-Zawahiri

Despite the fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban, the United States killed Ayman al-Zawahiri, the leader of Al-Qaeda in Kabul

Nancy Pelosi

Breaking News: Tension in Asia Due to Nancy Pelosi's Visit to Taiwan

The Visit of the Speaker of the US House of Representatives to the Asian Island Increases the Tension Between the United States and China

Street in Delhi, India

India: The Next World Superpower?

The Republic of India has been positioning itself as the next great world superpower. Its geographical position, its number of inhabitants and its nuclear power, outline it as a country to keep an eye on

Laila Haidar

Laila Haidari: The Woman Who Breaks Taboos

Laila Haidari is a woman activist, whose purpose is to raise awareness of human rights in all spheres of society

Pope Francisco

Opinion: Pope's Pardon In Canada Is the Beginning, Not the End

Pope Francis' historic plea for forgiveness in Canada for assimilation schools fills Catholics with pride, but it is only the beginning.