Opinion: The Purple Tide

At the end of the 1990s and during the first decade of the 2000s, Latin America lived a movement of political change, during which the neo-liberal democracies of the twentieth century leaned to the political...

Opinion: The Global Promises of 2017

By José Cadena At least we all hated something from 2016: the Fort McMurray fire, the Zika Virus destroying communities, the refugee crisis provoked by the disgusting war in Syria, the stupid and...

OPINION: “History will Absolve Him”

By Jose Cadena A young Castro facing trial in 1953 for attacking barracks of the military dictator Fulgencio Batista enacted the speech that would become his transcendental signature, ending it with the...

The Night of the Forty-Three

By Jose Cadena In Dec. 2007 Felipe Calderón, the Mexican president at the time, declared the War on Drugs, which at this point has left more than 27,000 people missing. Among the missing are 43 students...