Which topics should be addressed at the UN General Assembly?

These are some of the world issues that deserve to be addressed at the seventy-third session of the UN General Assembly that began on September 18

This is how the amendment that could impeach Donald Trump works

The alleged plot within the Trump administration would have considered invoking the 25th amendment of the United States Constitution

Third inter-Korean summit: This is what happened

Kim Jong Un and Moon Jae-in meet again with expectations, commitments and hope for a lasting peace between these two nations

Conspiracy? Trump's government met secretly with Venezuelan militaries

After an article published by The New York Times, the theory of a coup plot against Maduro which, according to the president, is headed by the United States, has gained strength

In midst of criticism and betrayal, the Trump era collapses

The criticism of Obama, a book and a column of a senior official in The New York Times, could contribute to changing the political landscape for Trump in the upcoming elections to Congress

Brexit: Are there regrets for voting in favor?

Brexit is approaching, but still London and Brussels must agree the commercial relationship before a political climate that looks for a second referendum

9/11: 17 years since the terrorist attack against the United States

Nearly three thousand people died at the biggest terrorist attack against the United States

These 4 women of Colombian origin seek to reach the New York Senate

These are the stories of these four women who aspire to be the future Senators of the Big Apple

Europe: Between the rejection and acceptance of immigrants

The city of Chemnitz, Germany, has become the focus of European nationalism, but also of the rejection of xenophobia in the old continent

India decriminalizes homosexuality: How is the rest of the world doing?

On September 6, India's Supreme Court repealed the Article 377 of 2013 which punished people from the LGBTI community

From sex scandals to bribery: the controversies of Trump’s government

According to Michael Cohen, lawyer close to the Trump family, the president was involved in a corruption scandal just before his election

John McCain: Why do immigrants will remember him fondly?

On August 25, Republican Senator and immigrant advocate, John McCain, died of an aggressive brain cancer.

Why does Franco's exhumation cause such a stir in Spain?

The possibility of removing the dictator's body from its resting place has caused debate

Is it possible the legalization of marijuana in Germany?

In August, thousands of people took to the streets in different cities across the country to support the legalization of marijuana

Alexandria Ocasio, the new Democratic representative of Puerto Rican origin

After her victory in New York Democratic primary, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has become an electoral phenomenon in the United States

Politicians and sex scandals: A more frequent combination?

In the last two years, at least 100 US and UK political leaders have been involved in sexual scandals. Are the numbers increasing?

Trump negotiates: the government would be shot down if there are no votes for border security

For the US president, a closure of the administration could force an agreement for the construction of the wall on the border with Mexico

Environmental refugees: When climate change causes migratory crises

Climate change has consequences beyond environmental

United States: Trump moves further and further away from the European Union, Russia, and China

The president of the United States believes that isolating the US from other countries is the best way for the North American country

Why is Donald Trump causing quite a stir during his visit to Europe?

The tension at the NATO summit was not absent, the protests in the United Kingdom gave indications of what Trump's visit would be like. The next target is Putin


We use cookies to improve our website. By continuing to use this website, you are giving consent to cookies being used. More details…