Americas, Science & Tech, World
Human Rights, Politics, World
As the internet and smart technologies have gone from military issues to penetrating all daily affairs, the World has changed a lot. Even the labor sector has experienced amazing transformations as new platforms have influenced work relations. We are taking a look at the gig economy in Latin America.
Americas, Opinion, Science & Tech
In a century in which human rights have passed from being somehow of a proselytist fallacy to being the core of the global political debate, international tribunals couldn’t be out of the discussion. This begs the question: Is the International Court of Justice a productive institution or a bureaucratic hoax?
Americas, Venezuela, China, Russia, Opinion, Politics
2017 was a year of global changes. While feminism and immigration became a regular topic within sociopolitical discussions, in economics, especially in the Latin American sphere, the debate was set around a revolutionary kind of technology: cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin.
Americas, USA, Asia-Pacific, China, Russia, Politics, World
While enabling the perpetuation of the tyranny of Nicolas Maduro’s Venezuelan United Socialist Party (PSUV) over the country, Russia and China seem to have become the last lifeline remaining for this red-wing authoritarian regime within a national context of humanitarian devastation and economic downturn. But just how much will Russia and China influence the fate of Venezuela?
Americas, Venezuela, Opinion, Politics
As Trump’s international policies have fenced the US apart from their American neighbors in the South, the Eastern giants of Russia and People’s Republics of China have made their own path to strengthen relations with fast-growing Latin America, performing delicate movements that have been seen as unthreatening by Washington.
On the edge of our hyper-connected reality, any international happening that holds high levels of media interest can generate a quick outburst of unrequested opinions, analysis, and criticism. E.g., since the very beginning of the Venezuelan crisis in 2013, much has been speculated about the roots of the sociopolitical issues of this formerly rich Latin American disaster.