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Hospitality Ethics on International Refugee Issue

Brazilian theologian Leonard Boff writes: As always, the global refugee problem presents an ethical imperative of hospitality at both the national and internati... More

Agricultural Producers and Consumers in Both Cuba and U.S. Would Benefit from End of Washington's Blockade

The promotion of agricultural exchanges between Cuba and the United States would go a long way towards clearing up the road towards the normalization of Cuba-Un... More

I Grew Stronger and More Humane in the Angola War

Forty years after the beginning of Operation Carlota, the Cuban internationalist military mission in the People´s Republic of Angola back in the 1990s, both An... More

Operation Carlota: One of the Most Outstanding Military Feats in Modern History

On 25 April 1974, the Carnation Revolution took place in Portugal, ending one of the oldest dictatorships in Europe and accelerating the independence in the Por... More

Why Do Countries Borrow from Foreign Agencies and Entities?

In any discussion of sovereign debt one must look for a moment at the question of why countries borrow from foreign agencies and entities in the first place.... More

Guatemalan Society Faces Difficult Dilemma Electing a President

Supreme Electoral Tribunal in Guatemala called for general elections officially on May 2, 2015. Ahead of the election, the La Linea corruption case involving hi... More

Financial Institutions Can Play Leading Role on Poverty Reduction

There's a lot of talk these days about global poverty. The UN had its big summit in New York a couple weeks ago to discuss the new sustainable development goals... More

Afghanistan Invasion and Occupation Proved Failure

After months of discussions with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, President Obama has announced his plans to keep U.S. troops in Afghanistan but reduce them from ... More

What Is Denying People Access to Water and Sanitation in sub-Saharan Africa?

According to the UN, 40% of the 783 million people living in sub-Saharan Africa are without access to an improved source of drinking water. To address this stag... More

Culture of Violence Shapes U.S. Policies

The first US Democratic presidential debate has reminded us that America’s “culture of violence” controls Washington’s policies and prompts U.S. leaders... More

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