Thursday, 22 October 2020

The President Is Trapped

The Atlantic - For his entire adult life, and for his entire presidency, Donald...

Why South America did not develop as much as North America

There are four main reasons why South America did not develop as much as...

Where Are The Most Dangerous Places For American Tourists?

UPROXX - Over the past few months, a spate of mysterious tourist deaths in...

“Tolerable Dictatorships”

ANDRES OPPENHEIMER - While Venezuela’s humanitarian crisis is drawing well-deserved international attention, there is...

Latin American Migrants Turn to Train Hopping Amid Crackdown in Mexico

Migrants from Latin American countries have once again resorted to illegal freight train hopping...

El Chapo: True Drug Bosses Are Still At Large

The sentence handed down on July 17 to the Mexican drug lord Joaquin Guzman...

How US policy in Honduras set the stage for today’s migration

Hondurans fleeing poverty and violence – who make up most of the participants of...

How a Cuban Refugee Raised the Wealthiest Man in the World

He was 16 years old when he migrated alone to the United States, after...

No, Slavery Did Not Make America Rich

In 1847, Karl Marx wrote that "Without slavery you have no cotton; without cotton...

Expropriation of Private Property: the Socialist Dream of Bill de Blasio, Fidel Castro, and Hugo Chavez

With the rising influence of socialism in the Democratic Party, and the real power...

Hernández: El Chapo shows economic clout of Mexican cartels

What would you do with US$12.7 billion? Where would you hide it? That's what...

What You’re Getting Wrong About the Caravan

(OZY) As migrant caravaners tried illegally crossing the U.S.–Mexico border this past week, only...

Only 3 countries in the world protect the right to bear arms in their constitutions: the US, Mexico, and Guatemala

(Insider) - The right to keep and bear arms is a longstanding, often glorified...

Ivanka Trump in Colombia acting as if everything is normal

Ivanka Trump descended upon Bogota, Colombia, this week to talk about women’s empowerment and...

‘There Were Children,’ says Migrant Mother Tear-gassed at US Border

TIJUANA, MEXICO (VOANews) A migrant mother photographed running with her daughters from tear gas...

Not ‘invaders’: Some Hispanic families in the Southwest predate the US entirely

Lorenzo Candelaria’s life story centers around four acres of land in the south Atrisco...

4 Reasons Why Socialism Is Becoming More Popular

The newfound openness of large numbers of Americans to socialism is, by now, a...

Multiple Countries Warn Travelers Against Visiting U.S.

Amnesty International, along with Uruguay and Venezuela, joined a growing list of travel warnings...

Would ousting Trump rebuild the country’s faith in government? Lessons from Latin America

The House of Representatives has opened an impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump. But...

Mormons in Mexico: A brief history of polygamy, cartel violence and faith

Nine members of a prominent Mormon family in northern Mexico, all women and children,...

How Italians Became ‘White’

Congress envisioned a white, Protestant and culturally homogeneous America when it declared in 1790...

Silicon Valley Is Going to Mexico … for Talent

Maria Fernanda Lopez had a paying job lined up even before she graduated in...

Savannah Strife: Brazil’s Combustible Border with Venezuela

The 2,199-kilometres frontier between Venezuela and Brazil – a sparsely populated stretch of jungle...

Migrant Children Trapped in Mexico Are Leaving Their Families and Crossing the Border Alone

Children of migrants, trapped in Mexico by the U.S. government’s so-called Migrant Protection Protocols,...

Canada election: Justin Trudeau’s Liberals win election

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberals came up top with a narrow lead in...

From North to South: The Rise of a New Strain of Socialist Ignorance

A 29-year-old Latina, the youngest in history elected to Congress, made headlines with her...

U.S. New Asylum Ban Will Have an ‘Enormous’ Human Impact

On Wednesday, the (U.S.) Supreme Court ruled that the Trump Administration may implement a...

Cartel sieges leave Mexicans wondering if criminals run the country

Recent deadly attacks by criminal organizations have instilled fear across Mexico. In mid-October, shootouts between...

5 things to know about mass shootings in America

At least 10 students were killed at a Santa Fe, Texas high school on...

Six Ways Coronavirus is Impacting Organized Crime in the Americas

(Insightcrime) Criminal groups across Latin America have been forced to dig deep by the...

Handful of caravan migrants launch hunger strike at U.S. border

TIJUANA, Mexico (Reuters) - A handful of the thousands of Central American migrants camped...

Migrants’ stories: Why they flee

Massive influxes of Central American families seeking asylum in the United States are overwhelming...

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