When Eleanor Roosevelt helped draft and gain acceptance for the Universal Declaration of Human Rights [UDHR], she started something big. Adopted by the fledgling
This time of year is when I wrap up a series of model United Nations activities for high school and middle school students. Through
Mark Weisbrot, co-director of DC based Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR), says mainstream reporting on Venezuela’s economy is way off the mark.
Evo Morales, the first indigenous President of Bolivia, was elected to office in 2005 with 53% of the vote. His platform was to reclaim
“Corruption hurts everyone, and it harms poor people the most.” That basic principle underlies the work of Transparency International [TI], the Berlin-based international group
Latin American nations, following Europe’s model, have been busy forming a variety of economic unions and institutions. Venezuela, Brazil, Bolivia and Cuba are leading
Manuel Zelaya was President of Honduras from January 27, 2006 until June 28, 2009 when he was arrested by the military and removed from
Door-to-door sales may be a quaint relic of the Norman-Rockwell past in the US, but they could be the next big thing in developing
The city of Hiroshima may have suffered the greatest blow any city ever took on Aug. 6, 1945. The scars are still there, but the city is renewed.
Not one to routinely quote biblical text, I have to admit that some of the stuff I was forced to memorize in religious school