One week ago, a protest in the small town of Charlottesville took the United States by storm. To many foreign onlookers, the violent response to a statue, of all things, might seem exaggerated. But to citizens of the United States, Charlottesville was about much more than a hunk of stone. Here’s why. Continue reading “What’s the Big Deal about Charlottesville? Unpacking the Hysteria”
“Then we have Hezbollah, the Shia terror group.” Continue reading The implications of the Alberto Nisman case
Chinese presence in Latin America and the Caribbean can be traced back to nineteenth and twentieth century migrants who established diasporic groups across the region. Chinese Latin Americans are found across the entire continent, intermingling with local cultures and social norms. Economically, however, the People’s Republic of China began to show more interest in Latin America and the Caribbean in the 2000s with the introduction … Continue reading Why should we care about China’s interest in Latin America and the Caribbean?
“And, Men can be victims of rape too” Continue reading It’s a Taboo: The fear of Disclosing ‘Male Rape’ as a Growing Weapon in today’s Conflict
“What is certain is that everyone’s first goal in Syria is currently ISIS.” Continue reading Opinion: Syria’s Future
“Finally, Roma people aged 16 and older describing themselves as employed” Continue reading The impact of the EU framework on National Roma Integration Strategies
“It must be understood, that I am in no way sympathetic to criminals no matter their race,” Continue reading Terrorism by any other name is Incorrect