Tuesday, 05 December 2023
Tuesday, 05 December 2023
Venezuela's Deep Drug Crime Ties, A Brewing Crisis that Demands Attention
Amidst the political turbulence and global concerns surrounding Venezuela, one issue remains vastly underreported and underestimated: the deep-seated involvement of the state-owned...
The Media's Responsibility: Why Publishing a Drug Dealer's Opinions Is Unjustifiable
In a world where media outlets strive to provide diverse perspectives, it is crucial to question the ethical boundaries of giving voice to individuals involved in illicit activitie...
The Case for Dollarization: Learning from Global Experiences
In the complex world of economic policy, few debates are as polarizing as the choice of a national currency. It's a decision that can shape the destiny of a nation, impacting e...
Conservative Health Care Policies are a Sustainable Path Forward in Colombia
The ongoing debate over health care reform in Colombia, as seen in the recent meeting between President Gustavo Petro and former President Álvaro Uribe, highlights a broader...
Conservative Approaches to Tackling Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR)
Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) has emerged as a global health crisis, demanding united efforts and heightened awareness. While this issue transcends political boundaries, conservat...
Javier Milei's Economic Challenges and the Potential Benefits of His Views
Argentina's decision to elect right-wing libertarian Javier Milei as its new president is a bold and unconventional move.
Rethinking Rushed Judgments in Mexico's Ociel Baena's Tragic Death
In the wake of Ociel Baena's death, rights groups hastily attributed it to their gender identity, overlooking evidence suggesting a personal tragedy, not a hate crime.
Argentina's Inflation Crisis: Time for Conservative Economic Policies
With Argentina's inflation soaring to 185%, it's crucial to shift towards more conservative economic policies to stabilize the economy and curb rampant price increases.
Enrique Dussel, a Champion of Decolonial Thought and Liberation Philosophy
The philosophical world mourns the loss of Enrique Dussel, a critical thinker whose advocacy for a decolonial turn and Liberation Philosophy reshaped Latin American thought. Dussel...
Decoding the Falklands' Issue: Sovereignty and Autonomy
Argentina's government yesterday announced the implementation of a law that establishes mandatory training for State officials in matters related to the claim of sovereignty ov...
Forging Much-Needed Unity for Prosperity at the APEP Summit
In the shadow of global tumult and the race for economic supremacy, the Americas Partnership for Economic Prosperity (APEP) Leaders' Summit, helmed by President Biden, marks a ...
It's Time to End the Ineffective and Inhumane U.S. Embargo on Cuba
As the United Nations General Assembly casts an overwhelming vote against the U.S. embargo on Cuba, it's time to scrutinize this long-standing policy. This anachronistic embarg...
Embracing Change: A Sustainable Revolution in Our Food System
The recent report from the Global Alliance for the Future of Food underscores a stark reality: our food production, transportation, and storage are significant contributors to gree...
"Mining for Progress: Why Panama's Copper Mine Contract is Key to National Development"
Amidst intense debates and street protests, Panama's decision on the future of its largest copper mine, Cobre Panamá, stands at a critical juncture. Here, we explore why...
Urgent Action on Climate Change: Hurricane Otis Serves as a Stark Reminder
As Hurricane Otis and countless other natural disasters continue to serve as painful reminders of the urgent need to address climate change, we must rally together, not just as a n...
Embracing Libertarian Policies: A Path to Economic Prosperity and Individual Freedom
In the wake of Javier Milei's participation in the run-off contest in the presidential elections, Argentina stands on the cusp of a dramatic political and economic transformati...
Do Polls Really Work? Unraveling the Complexities of Modern Political Forecasting
Polls are valuable tools for understanding public sentiment and guiding campaign strategies. They provide a snapshot of public opinion at a given moment and can help identify trend...
Opinion: They Want More Games: FIFA Announces Its New Format for the Club World Cup
FIFA made official the change of format of the Club World Cup, a decision that did not go down well with all football fans
Opinion: Will the Latin American Political Pendulum Swing Back to the Right?
After a majority of left-wing governments in Latin America, this could change in the coming years due to the low popularity of various governments
Opinion: The Case Of Dani Alves Shows That Men's Football Needs Feminism
It seems every day to find news of footballers accused of mistreatment, harassment, or rape. This shows that it is necessary to train soccer players in soccer and in feminism.
Opinion: The Soccer World Turned Its Back on Amir Nasr-Azadani
The rumor that the Iranian soccer player Amir Nasr-Azadani was sentenced to death in the framework of the protests that Iran is experiencing today does not seem to resonate in the ...
Review "Avatar: The Way Of Water": The Most Innovative Technological Proposal Of 2022
James Cameron returns with the sequel to one of his greatest movie hits. Is it as good as many expected? Read our review on "Avatar: The Path of Water".
Opinion: Is It Time for Pedro Castillo to Resign as President of Peru?
The president of Peru, Pedro Castillo, has had a mandate accompanied by scandals, accusations, and criticism. It's time for him to step aside
Opinion: Is the Metaverse an Overrated Technology?
The Metaverse is the Last Cloud of Smoke that They Want to Sell us From Silicon Valley
Iris Borda: We Should Not Fear Mediocrity
Iris Borda touches on various issues related to women, what it means to be a woman, and the weight of mediocrity versus always highlight.
Opinion: Latin America Does Not Have to Give Up Exploiting Its Resources
In the region, environmental sectors are calling for a change from extractivist policies to a greater use of renewable energy, but it is not Latin America that should bear the grea...
Opinion: Presidential Elections Colombia: The accounts of Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Hernández
In the second round in Colombia, the picture is not as clear as many believe. This is the route that Gustavo Petro and Rodolfo Hernández are now taking to win the presidenti...
Opinion: It is Time to Talk About Menstruation, Motherhood and Menopause
It is not Only about the Painful Menstruation License or the Menstrual Subsidy, we must Normalize Talking About These Issues in our Daily Conversations.
Opinion: Piqué case. Problematic for football?
The news about that Pique's company was responsible for making the Super Cup deal with Saudi Arabia sets a worrying precedent
Opinion: Let's stop creating more regional organizations in Latin America
The constant political changes in the region make many regional organizations in Latin America quickly lose relevance
Opinion: Birth Control Pill for Men, Will it Really Arrive?
It's time for a birth control pill for men to become a reality. These are other alternative methods to hormonal contraception that have been associated with side effects that o...
Opinion: FIFA's Double Standard with Russian Bans
The sanctions that FIFA has imposed on Russia show that once again its punishments are selective
Opinion: The Deaths In Argentina Show The Need For Legal Drugs
A few weeks ago, more than 20 people died after consuming adulterated cocaine in Buenos Aires. These deaths cannot be in vain and it is time to regulate drugs.
Opinion: Rodolfo Hernández, Colombian Bukele
One of the candidates for the presidency of Colombia with the greatest possibilities, Rodolfo Hernández, presents himself as the Colombian Bukele.
Opinion: Yes To Vaccines, But Not Mandatory Vaccines
The world is now debating about the application of mandatory vaccines. However, this cannot create greater abstentionism for the application of reinforcements.
Opinion: The Importance of Free Software for Learning in Latin America
Free software should be promoted in educational institutions in Latin America for a fairer education
Opinion: To Figh HIV / AIDS, We Need To End Inequalities
Today we remember that to put an end to HIV / AIDS it is necessary to change the paradigm that has sustained this pandemic for decades: inequality
Opinion: False Efforts to Preserve Natural Resources
Political leaders fill their mouths with promises and their hands with international awards for their efforts to preserve natural resources
Opinion: Michael Jordan Is A Terrible NBA Owner
He might be the greatest player ever, but Michael Jordan is a terrible NBA owner
Opinion: This is the failure of COP26
Twelve days after it started, the failure of COP26 has been proven, leaving a grim picture of the future of climate change
Opinion: The Most Polluting Industries Should Not have a Voice on Climate Change
How is climate change intended to be mitigated when the entities that must regulate and take strong and safe actions are giving the floor to the most polluting industries?
Opinion: European Soccer may Need a Draft
A draft format in soccer would result in greater competitiveness at the professional level
Opinion: The Candidacy of Juan Carlos Echeverry is a Threat to the Environment in Colombia
The former Minister of Finance and former president of Ecopetrol seeks to become the new president of Colombia, but in the past he has already shown little interest in environmenta...
Opinion: Why is Mariana Pajón the Best Colombian Athlete in History?
Mariana Pajón, the Colombian BMX cyclist, is indisputably the best athlete Colombia has ever had
Opinion: The Failure of the Paris Agreement Predicts the Failure of the other Treaties
Environmental agreements have no meaning or future if they do not address the problem that the livestock industry produces for the environment
Opinion: It's Time to Take the Olympics to Africa
It is necessary to hold the Olympic Games on the African continent after centuries of oblivion
Opinion: The Oil Industry Lobby is the Cancer of Our Time
Of the many cancers in our society today, climate change denial and the oil companies that finance it are the worst of all
Opinion: It's Time To Change Colombia's National Anthem
Supporters Of This Idea Argue That the Lyrics Do Not Represent Colombians As a Nation
Tong Judy Wenhong, is an unparalleled example of persistence and resilience
Tong Judy Wenhong came to hold the position of chief people officer of Alibaba Group, one of the world's largest e-commerce companies and was always convinced that she cou...
Opinion: Are Feminists and Feminazis Product of a Fashion?
The concept itself is contradictory because if we define masculinity as the subjugation of women by men
Violence Against Women Should Be Properly Named
Now, in the context of COVID-19, more than 50% of the countries that account for the highest number of femicides are in the Americas.
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