In response to what presidential candidate Donald Trump has argued throughout his campaign, the Mexican Finance minister warned that a move towards protectionism is in no one’s best interest.
51% of the people from El Salvador who were shielded from deportation have lived in the USA for more than 20 years
According to recent research, pollution kills 9 million people per year
The United States is willing to sit down with North Korean leaders, but only if it relinquishes its pursuit of nuclear weapons
US elections, Brexit and Colombian peace deal referendum are among the list.
Is it the United States or China?
Twelve swimmers dived into the Pacific Ocean to raise awareness about the sensitive subject of immigration.
The recognition of the nations many discontents, assumed causes and appealing public are fueling Trump's campaign.
With President Donald Trump saying torture works, how effective it really is?
Why did Enrique Peña Nieto invite Donald Trump to visit Mexico? that is the question, was it a mistake or a well thought move?
The United Nations has voted to declare the recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital as "null and void"
43 millions of immigrants, 15% of the US population, live with the fear of being deported due to the severe measures of president Trump
The TPP is far more than a trade deal. Indeed, economic matters, as Messrs. Loong and Furche pointed out, aren’t even that important.
UNICEF's newest report shows how children are risking it all to escape violence and poverty.
Beyond the debate about unlocking a single man's phone is the struggle for Tech Freedom
Trump’s rise is sad evidence that xenophobia, racism, ethnocentrism, and homophobia stains on the populace are deeper, wider and more indelible that anyone may have guessed.
The Americas are poised to experience several development blockers as some of its leaders believe that progress entails institutional destruction in lieu of institutional refurbishment.
When I was 10, my family moved to Kansas, a state known for being flat and growing a lot of corn.
Charles Webel , Professor in Peace Studies, proposes combating terror with dialogue and negotiation instead of the force of arms.
Ecological balance would suffer as wildlife can't adapt so fast to their landscape reconfiguration.
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