Yesterday was an important day for millions of undocumented Spanish speakers in the United States. While in Miami experts recommended that the government continue its fight against organized crime and political insecurity in Latin America, President Barack Obama was getting ready to impose a series of mandates that [Read more]
Canada’s skepticism about the Obama administration’s fervour for nuclear reconciliation with Tehran is exacerbated by Obama’s decoupling of human rights from his detente project.
The United States and its allies do not want to face the truth, and at every opportunity attempt to tarnish the DPRK’s image so as to increase international pressure under the pretext of human rights.
In 2014, with graying hair and anxiety, Obama expressed to the world that “we don’t have the strength to match our ambitions.”* America continues to lose its ability to control world order. Domestically, the August killing of Ferguson, Missouri youth Michael Brown has created America’s latest human rights scar. [Read more]
Dozens of suspicious, unjust reports with alleged results from investigations were issued by [American human rights] organizations on Bahrain, Egypt and other [countries]. Now, where are these organizations when it comes to the events in Ferguson?
The killing of a black teenager by a white police officer has evolved into "the longest period of public unrest since the Vietnam War."* American police have used smoke grenades, tear gas and armored vehicles to disperse demonstrators. One 90-year-old Holocaust survivor, Herdy Esptein, was arrested for failure to [Read more]
The surveillance scandal, with all its ramifications, has proved earth-shattering. Suffice it to say, it clarified the fact that citizens of the United States are not free and do not exercise lives free from monitoring and control.