Cuba Opens The Emigration Pressure Valve Again
Less restrictive exit policies in Cuba should make us rethink how we treat emigrants, from that workers’ paradise and elsewhere. We will be poorly served if we simply replace Cuban immigrants’ struggle for exit visas with an equally onerous struggle for entry permits.Of All the Nerve of Socialist Leaders – Bolivia Wants Foreign Direct Investment in 2012
The landlocked country of Bolivia certainly hasn’t been the epitome of international diplomacy when it comes to foreign direct investment in the past. They have dutifully nationalized water treatment facilities, mining operations, and heavy manufacturing. They have stated that the minerals in the ground, and the water is the property of the Bolivian people, therefore it isn’t fair for corporations to be making money off of what isn’t theirs. That’s all well and good, and understood, however that was the deal, and these companies went in and invested billions of dollars to get everything up and running.Could Israel Become an Apartheid State?
Introduction to ethnic politics in Israel. This article looks at life for the country’s Arab minority, and what the future holds for them.Obama Foreign Policy Not Optimal
If Commanders-in-Chief are supposed to be measured and to reserve judgment till facts are known, why did the administration send U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice out on five talk shows mere days after the attacks to insist that the protests were instigated by “The Innocence of Muslims,” a claim that contradicts the facts? The Benghazi cover-up may not be a case of “What did the president know and when did he know it?” but “What did the president’s staff say and when did they say it?”Traditional Newspapers Comparison With Internet News
Newspapers provide latest news and details. However, we are new era generations are we are born naturally to get technology savvy. This article is a comparison of all the rights and wrongs of newspapers and internet news.