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domingo, 4 de enero de 2015

Argentines have best English in LatAm

Argentines have best English in LatAm
 - It is so popular, in fact, that the country stands heads and shoulders above the region. Argentines are the most proficient in English in Latin America, ...

The Cuban Conciliation

The Cuban Conciliation
  - The Cuban Government has also freed an unnamed American intelligence ... Many other Latin American countries have changed their views on the ...

No winners in unwise change toward Cuba

No winners in unwise change toward Cuba
 - CELAC is a group formed by Latin American countries to work to resolve ... It leaves them mired in 170th place—out of 180 countries—in Reporters ...

Reforms based on institutional credibility and a clear understanding of the rules of the game

Reforms based on institutional credibility and a clear understanding of the rules of the game
 - The first one is to decrease the cost of power generation, as our electricity is very expensive compared to other Latin American countries, which has a ...

Ecuador tops list of best countries for retirement

Ecuador tops list of best countries for retirement
 - The world's top retirement havens for 2015 may dot the landscape from Asia to Latin America to Europe, but they share certain assets,” said Jennifer ...

More states, Native American tribes mimic Colorado's marijuana laws

More states, Native American tribes mimic Colorado's marijuana laws
 - The movement to legalize marijuana is spreading rapidly as the legal sale of marijuana for recreational use begins its second year in Colorado.

We're a far cry from a 'post-racial' society

We're a far cry from a 'post-racial' society
 - The fatal police interactions with unarmed African-American men, particularly with ... No pun intended, but race colors how we view some issues.

Post-racial' prattle

Post-racial' prattle
 - All I want for the new year is the banishment of “post-racial” anything from ... Only 1 in 10 African-Americans says blacks and other minorities receive ...

Mark T. Harris: America's racial divide demands honest debate

Mark T. Harris: America's racial divide demands honest debate
 - In America, Martin, or any other young African American male, could well ... Second, let's be honest on both sides of America's great racial divide.

Protests target racial injustice, not police

Protests target racial injustice, not police
 - As a city — particularly one where more than 50 percent of residents are African American — we must realize that racial injustice persists and has ...

Acknowledging our racism help us move forward

Acknowledging our racism help us move forward
 - As usual, the opinions were split on each side along racial lines. People took ... African-Americans not knowing all of the facts and choosing to take the ...

Latin America's innovation tasks for 2015

Latin America's innovation tasks for 2015
 - Here are a few little-noticed actions that experts agree Latin American ... science, technology and education systems, which are rated very poorly in ...

Major challenges facing Brazilian president's 2nd term

Major challenges facing Brazilian president's 2nd term
 - Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff listed better education, renewed economic growth and anticorruption as three major challenges to her ...

It's time to change our warped view of Cuba: Guest commentary

It's time to change our warped view of Cuba: Guest commentary
 - Not one of our American participants found the country they thought they ... to change U.S. policy in Latin America through education and activism.

Racists Melt Down Over Steve Scalise

Racists Melt Down Over Steve Scalise
 - and behaviors about members of your party,” said Michael Steele, an African American and former chairman of the Republican National Committee.