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Global Governance in 2020

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On April 15, 2020
What a time to be alive: In Afghanistan, the Taliban has dispatched health teams to far-flung provinces to confront the coronavirus. In Mexico, drug cartels are offering aid packages to those feeling its economic impact. In Brazil and El Salvador, gangs enforce curfews to prevent its spread. As governments around the world have responded to […]
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Hillary and Honduras

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On December 23, 2015
Yesterday, Hillary Clinton’s campaign posted a silly “7 Things Hillary Has in Common with Your Abuela” to appeal to Latinos. It was kind of pandering. So naturally a #NotMyAbuela Twitter campaign began. And whatever. This is just a Tuesday on Twitter. But those on the left doing this brought up her role with the 2009 […]
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I’m sure the KGB would like to take credit for liberation theology, planning the world’s rebellions against capitalist exploitation from the Kremlin, but no one should take the claim of an ex-KGB agent on this issue seriously at all. Liberation theology is a complex movement that had many roots, including the deep injustices faced by […]

Robert White, RIP

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On January 17, 2015

Getting my Ph.D. at the University of New Mexico, I became deeply exposed to the Latin American left and its American supporters. Mostly this was good, but one of the arguments I was never comfortable

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