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The Transition Supervised by the United States

August 19, 2015 // El Comercio - Spain - Spanish

<i>If the United States has offices in its Department of State to follow up on Somalia, it is not surprising they'd follow up on an important European country like Spain.</i> Twenty-three years after the end of the uprising in 1962, events occurred in Spain worth following up on: the powerful mining strikes and the [Read more]

Urban Legends

April 2, 2015 // El País - Spain - Spanish

In 2013, the American Pew Research Center discovered that the majority of those surveyed in 39 countries believed that China was or would soon be the leading superpower. This feeling was shared by more than half of the Americans surveyed. The fact that the United States is not capable of commanding an increasingly [Read more]

Intervention and Betrayal

March 7, 2015 // La Jornada - Mexico - Spanish

The initiative to reform the Federal Law of Firearms and Explosives was sent to the Mexican Senate on Feb. 24. The goal? To allow U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents to carry and utilize firearms in Mexico as part of a joint pre-inspection program, similar to the one they have with Canada