On Sept. 9, Barbara Bodine, director of the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy at Georgetown University in Washington, reported that Cuban blogger Yoani Sánchez would remain in the study center during the current year as an academic fellow of the communication giant, Yahoo!.
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Nothing in the sporting world today moves without a sum of green papers as a driving force. High competition demands money, and lots of it. On the one hand, technological advances astronomically increase the prices of tools and facilities, while on the other hand, exaggerated commercialization and professionalism have [Read more]
According to the Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF) report “Remittances to Latin America and the Caribbean in 2013,” the United States is the source of approximately three-quarters of the influx of remittances received by Latin American countries. Additionally, it is calculated that of the 21 million migrants from [Read more]
Following the summit held at the White House, a proposal made by Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador was submitted to the United States and to Secretary of State John Kerry that focuses on the need to restrain the migration of children and adults by tracing the migration back to its origin — a factor usually ignored [Read more]
The year 2050 is a long way off, but whites are currently the minority in four states: Hawaii, New Mexico, California and Texas, as well as in Washington, D.C.
Is it reasonable to hope that immigration policy can anticipate who will develop radical anti-American beliefs decades after establishing themselves in this country?
Historically, emigrating has been an absolutely normal act for human beings. Leaving the place where they were born and moving to another has always been something that the human race has done in search of new ways of living, better opportunities and greater prosperity. No one emigrates in order to live poorly.
Obama, with his failed policies, is losing Latino support.
The president will emphasize the importance of the Mexican community’s contributions to the economic, social and cultural development of the United States, and in particular, California.