In the latest issue, you will find the following analyses:
1-“2016 Río Olympics: Impending Doom?” by Research Associate Erica Illingworth
2- “The Battle for Quinoa: The Bittersweet Reality of Globalization” by Research Associate Timothy Keen
3-“Fear Penetrating Guatemalan Education System” by Research Associate Cameron McKibben
4-“On Abortion Law in Latin America” by Research Associate Chen Jiang
5-“2015: The Year Bolivians Protested Over The Simpsons” by Senior Research Fellow Alejandro Sanchez
1-“The Bahamas and Anti Haitian Immigration” by Research Associate Melanie Diaz
2-“Uruguay, and Guantanamo Prisoners” by Research Associate Timothy Keen
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