Discover What the World Thinks of U.S.

Dominican Republic

Nonviolence and Peace

January 30, 2019 // Listín Diario - Dominican Republic - Spanish

When a person is violent, they are closer to the caves and fires of our ancestors and further from the future.

The 22nd Amendment

January 22, 2019 // El Caribe - Dominican Republic - Spanish

[P]roposals to eliminate the amendment’s prohibition on serving more than eight years as president are founded on arguments ... that [it] limits the voice and will of the people.

Quietly

January 9, 2019 // El Caribe - Dominican Republic - Spanish

On Dec. 31, Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chili, Malaysia, Mexico, Japan, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam, together totaling 500 million inhabitants, formed the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership. These countries represent a global gross domestic product of $10 billion as well [Read more]

Women and Politics

November 16, 2018 // El Caribe - Dominican Republic - Spanish

The "Women's Election" is what the Tuesday midterm elections in the United States could be called. Never before have so many women been elected, including the youngest elected to Congress, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a Latina becoming a representative at 29 years old, a renowned story of progress and young leadership. [Read more]

The KKKlan Infiltrator

November 5, 2018 // El Caribe - Dominican Republic - Spanish

In the final scene, [Spike] Lee again leaves us with real clips with the intention of moving the viewer to reject the KKK’s hatred and to see its repugnance.

Ethical and Moral

October 1, 2018 // El Nacional - Dominican Republic - Spanish

[T]he United States can be the center of savage capitalism, but ... its institutions and legal system are based on ethical and moral values.

Immigration Solicited By a Family Member

August 28, 2018 // Listín Diario - Dominican Republic - Spanish

The U.S. Consulate receives many questions related to visas. One of the most common is: How can I become a legal permanent resident of the United States? An immigration visa, commonly known as a green card, permits someone to reside permanently in the United States. An immigration visa normally must be solicited for an [Read more]

The Northern Triangle

July 4, 2018 // El Caribe - Dominican Republic - Spanish

According to the Pew Research Center ... illegal Mexican immigration to the U.S. has decreased in the last few years, while it has increased for people migrating from the Northern Triangle.
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