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Our Undocumented Are Violating US Law

February 25, 2017 // El Universal - Mexico - Spanish

We are worse than the U.S. immigration authorities. Much worse, in fact. Here in Mexico there have been cases in which immigration agents were linked to groups of the Mafia, participating in areas such as human trafficking or drug trafficking; here there is no enforcement of human rights during the detention of [Read more]

The Nobel of Bob Dylan

November 19, 2016 // Analitica - Venezuela - Spanish

The paternal grandparents of Bob Dylan, Zigma and Anna Zimmerman, native to Odessa, Ukraine, immigrated to America in search of freedom and progress. An anti-Semitic massacre had thrown them out in 1905. His maternal grandparents, Benjamin and Lybba Edelstein, emigrated from Lithuania in 1902. Abram Zimmerman and [Read more]

We Need To Ignore Stereotypes in Foreign Policy

August 19, 2016 // Korrespondent - Ukraine - Ukrainian

We don’t even know who made the stereotypes up. The stereotypical image of President Barack Obama's administration "resetting" and achieving mutually rewarding relations with Russia turned to dust even before the election campaign this year. Russian troops and weapons of mass destruction still remain in [Read more]
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