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Colombia & the Prospective Peace Deal with FARC

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Colombia is in the middle of negotiating a peace deal with FARC rebels and the number of discussion points between the two groups range from the implementation of justice for crimes committed to the finer nuisances of the deal that could save many lives. Armed conflict in Colombia has resulted in numerous bloody battles, and […]

The Rich & The Poor In Mexico City

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Developed states are battling to grow, and in the middle of it all there is always a fear of getting lost in the jargon, of forgetting how tough it is for poor states to transform. Mexico is an excellent example of this because the growth rates for emerging nations is slowing. Normally, when you meet […]

Climate Change: Low-Cost Battles

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Talking about climate change should be made a priority. Around the world, there are public outcries about a scarcity of water, which is a basic subsistence that no one should be deprived from. Temperatures across the globe are rising, the number of available farmlands is shrinking, and in California there is a relentless draught. The […]

Venezuela, the Black Market & Price Inflation

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This year saw Venezuela being filled with protests, owing to violence, inflation, and a lack of basic amenities in the national landscape. The some approximate 6000 protests that happened for the last six months means that many student arrests, political demonstrations,  hunger strikes, followed, all in the name of doing something about the inflation and […]

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