US state of Arizona passes controversial anti-immigration law

Thousands of people marched peacefully on Sunday 25th in Phoenix, the capital of the US state of Arizona, to express their opposition to a controversial new anti-immigration law. Opponents argue that the new law discriminates against Latino Americans. In a rare presidential intervention on a state matter, President Barack Obama described the law as “misguided”… More US state of Arizona passes controversial anti-immigration law

Haiti, Death of Pariah

The difference is not in nature but in the dark nature of money. . The historical premises. A few days after the tragic earthquake that struck Haiti, we should remember the responsibilities from France but also the United States and Spain in the misery of this small Caribbean country. Christopher Columbus landed on the shores… More Haiti, Death of Pariah

The Impact of Economic Crisis on Poverty in Latin America

>> Haga clic aquí para la versión en castellano The report “Social Panorama of Latin America 2009”, presented by the Economic Commission for Latin America (ECLAC), projected that about 9 million people fall into poverty, the 2009 product of the economic crisis, which means an increase of 1.1% over the 2008. This figure marks a… More The Impact of Economic Crisis on Poverty in Latin America

Obama’s Strategic Challenges Ahead

After the customary hundred days, President Obama would have signed 12 executive orders and 13 presidential decrees. He completed 13 official travel (including three abroad) and delivered ten messages to the nation, –three of them in prime time. That is, in a frenetic pace that would parallel the hyperactive Roosevelt. In addition, despite having lost… More Obama’s Strategic Challenges Ahead