Puerto Rican drug trafficking as the U.S misdirects its focus on the War on Drugs

Puerto Rican drug trafficking as the U.S misdirects its focus on the War on Drugs

By: Clare Hogan, Research Associate at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs Though never having been fully embraced as a state, Puerto Rico’s auspicious location in…

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The Queen of Cocaine and the Queen of the Network

The Queen of Cocaine and the Queen of the Network

Paulina settles in front of her television set at 10pm on a Wednesday evening and turns on UniMás to watch her daily syndicated telenovela, La…

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RE: "Cuba Plans Tentatively for a Life After a Socialist Venezuela."

RE: “Cuba Plans Tentatively for a Life After a Socialist Venezuela.”

Dear Editor, Please allow me to submit the following letter in response to the May 27 article, “Cuba plans tentatively for a life after a…

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Cuba's Waves of Change: The Lingering Impact of the Embargo

Cuba’s Waves of Change: The Lingering Impact of the Embargo

Havana’s atmosphere is one of change and reform. Cuban President Raúl Modesto Castro Ruz has steadily implemented a series of economic reforms, not so much…

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RE: "In Cuba, Technology may beat censorship."

RE: “In Cuba, Technology may beat censorship.”

Dear Editor, Please allow me to submit the following letter in response to Andres Oppenheimer’s May 24 article, “In Cuba, technology may beat censorship.” Oppenheimer’s…

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 A Modest Beginning: Dominican Immigration Reform

A Modest Beginning: Dominican Immigration Reform

Dominican-Haitian inter-racial relations have experienced a measure of progress as a result of a new Dominican regulation, the Naturalization Plan Act. Signed by President Danilo…

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