Latin America’s Talent for Tolerance

Written by Super User on . Posted in Other Opinion

Before every World Cup match in Brazil, the players lined up in front of a banner that read, “Say No to Racism.” The message was particularly directed toward the soccer stadiums of Europe, where there have been many instances of racial taunting and physical aggression by hostile fans against African and other black players.

Latin America’s forecasts may be too rosy

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Unless Brazil — the region's largest economy — takes serious measures to encourage investments and become more competitive in the world economy, and Venezuela and Argentina make a serious U-turn from their disastrous spending sprees of the past decade, my guess is the region will barely grow over the next two years.

Pope Francis can't fix the Church by himself

Written by Super User on . Posted in Other Opinion

The  issues Francis and his global flock of 1.2 billion are up against: the fights over liturgy, the isolation that can accompany priestly celibacy, the shortage of vocations to the priesthood in rich nations and, most of all, questions about divorce and remarriage.

Latam educational divide

Written by Super User on . Posted in Other Opinion

What’s most worrisome about Latin America’s disastrous performance in the recently released international PISA student tests are not the results themselves, but that many countries in the region are not even recognizing that they have a serious problem.

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