Day: December 12, 2021

Love Wins: Chile Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage And Adoption

In a historic vote, a bill permitting same-sex marriage passed in both houses of Chile’s National Congress on December 7th, joining the country with the likes of Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, and Uruguay in actualizing victory for marriage equality in Latin America. Center-right President Sebastián Piñera backed the bill

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The Future Of World Politics And American Hegemony

As the world begins to tentatively find its way into the post-COVID era, and as we progress deeper into a new decade, it is time to ask questions about the United States’ role as the global hegemon of world politics and the shaping of the geopolitical order. The future of

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Russia-Ukraine Border: Tensions Remain An International Concern

This past week, Russia has been building up armed forces at the Ukrainian border as East-West international relations sink to their lowest levels since the end of the Cold War. The seriousness of this situation cannot be overstated, and U.S. intelligence sources are now warning that the Kremlin is preparing

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Colombia Ramps Up Efforts To Battle Environmental Crime

Colombia is one of the world’s most bio-diverse countries, and tens of thousands of animals and plants it has are part of the nation’s heritage. However, there has been a rise in environmental crime that continues to damage the ecosystem, including deforestation and oil theft. In 2020, an increased 8%

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A New Wave: Hundreds Of Cubans Seeking Refuge In Greece

A new flock of migrants from Cuba are seeking asylum in Greece after fleeing from the economic crisis and political repression in their home country. Greece has been a European port for most refugees who come from Africa and Asia. However, the recent trend has witnessed more Cubans coming to

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