[T]he widespread defamation of immigration service employees who are just doing their jobs leads to more than a few of the country’s citizens declaring the very fact that the U.S. government is regulating its borders a virtual “crime against humanity.”
This head-in-the-sand approach repeatedly advocated by President López Obrador ... has brought us to the brink of the abyss.
Human rights organizations ... are rightly furious at this inhumane policy that seems to be aimed ... at frightening and polarizing.
In an international conference on religious freedom he hosted in Washington from Tuesday to Thursday, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo again showed how freely his tongue can wag in an effort to portray the United States as a beacon of freedom in a world that he painted as pitch-black.
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These are dark times for the defense of human rights.
The U.S. has decided not only to play world cop, but God. It is dead set on designating which countries behave like “normal states” and which do not.
The strategies of the American anti-choice movements are being replicated by Colombians.
The gravity of what is happening in Venezuela, the almost nullified guarantee of respect for the most basic of rights of human beings as life itself, reminds me of the Civil Rights Movement in the U.S.
This episode, which began with a prosaic event, where the [museum] was unfamiliar with the honoree, demonstrated the importance of globalization in political participation.
Can we make fun of a woman whose fame to date has fed off of her extraordinary physiognomy for setting lofty goals for herself? Of course. But why should we?