The lack of planning for the aftermath of the 2003 invasion of Iraq was a consequence of the United States neo-cons’ metaphysical belief that history was on an inevitable trajectory to the global triumph of North American values. There was, simply, no need to plan.
An Oxfam report reveals that, despite representing more than half of the global economy, the world’s six richest countries receive less than 9% of refugees. By contrast, the world’s poorest countries accept a greater number. In recent years, out of all of these affluent nations, it is Germany […]
As a sick body in urgent need of medical help and specific medicines Guatemala continues to appear in the eyes of the world as one of its most unequal societies and consequently has high indices of social exclusion. Isabel Soto Mayedo The equation is a simple one: more […]
Their experiences are extensive and diverse, but their voices are often neglected. Although just as crippled by past and on-going conflicts, the views, fears and concerns they hold have largely been ignored. Now, their stories are being told.
Britain’s exit from the European Union (EU) could bring about an array of different economic outcomes, as much for Europe as for the rest of the world.
Many specialists are questioning who will benefit from Brexit and who will be hit the hardest.