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Trump and the 100 Days

May 23, 2017 // Proceso - Mexico - Spanish

On the 100th day of Donald Trump's presidency, the leader is set as the most unpopular executive in his country and the one with the fewest number of achievements in actual policy. Since Trump arrived at the White House, and despite the representative dominance of the Republicans in the federal Congress, he has [Read more]

Obama’s Liberal Response

December 8, 2014 // Politicom - Russia - Russian

Barack Obama fulfilled his promise. Having received a mighty blow to the gut after losing majorities in both houses of Congress after the recent elections, the American president made a countermove, considered by many to be fatal. Bypassing the legislative branch, he adopted a declaration on immigration. This [Read more]

Yes We Could

December 7, 2014 // La Prensa - Honduras - Spanish

Many immigrants in the United States just had the best day of their lives. Barack Obama’s executive order — that will protect more than 4 million immigrants from deportation and will also give them work permits — was not everything we were hoping for, but it is cause for celebration. Yes we could. [Read more]