Category: International Affairs

Violations Against Women’s Rights in Germany
March 5, 2020 International Affairs,News Rosanna Gonzales

Recently International awareness of Women’s Rights violations has become a topic of discussion. The number of human rights violations has increased among various nations. In 2015 at the University of Maastiricht, Germany discovered 1,800 violations of human rights. About 87 of these have been traced to German companies. Domestic violence against women is the number
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RNHA Florida Provides Aid to Puerto Rico Earthquake Victims
February 19, 2020 International Affairs,Local Politics,News Robert Cross

Santiago Avila Jr, the Chairman of RNHA Florida took a team from RNHA Florida to provide much need aid to the People of Guanica, Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico has been suffering from large Earthquakes and the territory has been devastated. Hundreds of thousands of Puerto Ricans have been displaced. RNHA Florida collected 500 lbs of
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Human Rights Violations In Libya
February 11, 2020 International Affairs,Latest,News Manuel Perez

Libya joined the United Nations on December 14, 1955. As a prominent member of such world organization, the idea is to encourage and try their best to uphold the rules and laws set in place, not just as an independent government but also as part of a union and collective of world leaders who seek
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The Eagle and the Condor: Bolivia Uncovers the Financial sewer of the Sao Paulo Forum
February 10, 2020 International Affairs,News,News Column Juan Vega

On December 27, a diplomatic scandal erupted in Bolivia, with the governments of Spain and Mexico embarrassingly involved.  On the morning of that day, two Spanish diplomatic vehicles arrived in front of the residence of Mexico’s ambassador to Bolivia.  Six armed masked men from the Spanish special task unit, the GEOS, arrived in those cars
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The Eagle and the Condor:Pakistan, a travesty trial and a death sentence of Junaid Hafeez!
February 8, 2020 International Affairs,News,News Column Juan Vega

On December 21st, 2019, the young university academic Junaid Hafeez, was sentenced to death by a court in the city of Multan, Pakistan. The main charge, according to the prosecutor, was blasphemy by insulting prophet Muhammad. To be executed in Pakistan today is easy. To this day the Pakistan government has imposed a total of
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The Eagle and the Condor: Venezuela’s Dictator and His Globalist Godfathers at the UN
January 17, 2020 International Affairs,News,News Column Juan Vega

“Maduro receives a chair bathed in blood” Amid cries of opposition and worldwide discontent, Nicolas Maduro’s regime received on 17 October 2019, the official appointment to fill the vacant chair on the UN Human Rights Council, a place left by Cuba.  No one would better describe this shameful decision of the UN General Assembly than
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The Eagle and the Condor: From the Sao Paulo Forum to the Puebla Group
January 7, 2020 International Affairs,Latest,News,News Column Juan Vega

Several countries in Latin America underwent political unrest in 2019. Violent protests in Chile, the electoral fraud of Evo Morales in Bolivia and more scarcity and repression in Venezuela. We also saw the arrival of new left-wing governments in Argentina, with Alberto Fernández, and Manuel López Obrador in Mexico. All indications are that this is
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UK elections conservative win and what it means for POTUS
December 14, 2019 Business,International Affairs,Latest,News,Op-Ed,Trump,White House Aaron Ruiz

The British pound surged 2.5% after the news came out that the conservative party, led by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, won the majority against the Labor Party (365-203). Labour had not lost this bad since the 1930s, proving the case that neither the UK or the USA are ready to embrace socialism.

The “Tom Thumb of America” Awakes!
December 10, 2019 International Affairs,Latest,News,News Column Juan Vega

The “Tom Thumb of America” is the nickname people use to refer with affection to the Republic of El Salvador. With an extension of 20,742 km² is certainly the smallest and most densely populated nation in Central America. Since its colonization by Spain in 1522, when Admiral Andrés Niño landed at the Golfo de Fonseca,
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The Oval Perspective: China’s Containment
December 7, 2019 Economy,International Affairs,Latest,News,News Column,Trump,White House Aaron Ruiz

I always heard that the United States should not meddle in other countries’ affairs but I never believed it to be wise counsel. As I began learning about all the horrific issues and injustices around the world, the more I became convinced that we need America’s intervention to keep the peace. The U.S. is the world’s
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