Tag Archives: Adan E. Suazo
On January 19, a day before the focus of Dunedin (and the world) turned to Donald Trump’s inauguration as the 45th president of the United States, the Otago Daily Times reported the sad news of Dale’s demise. Dale the seal … Continue reading
I will be very brief with this post, as I feel that such a thing as a person’s ability to exercise his/her own religion free of persecution and prejudice should not be subject to discussion in a country like Canada: … Continue reading
In thinking about the seemingly unrelated coups d’état in Egypt, Mali and Honduras, it is possible to discern a thin thread of commonality that ties these cases together, despite of the obvious differences between them. In these cases, the international … Continue reading
The U.S State Department’s Bureau of Consular Affairs recently released new travel warnings for American citizens. Among these warnings, I found particularly striking that the Bureau found it wise to divert American citizens from going to places like Israel and … Continue reading
Aqui una corta pieza, tal y como fue publicada por el diario hondureno El Heraldo el Lunes 3 de Junio de 2013: El realismo y la justicia son elementos sinérgicos que nunca deben ser desasociados cuando se coloca a un … Continue reading
Here is a link to my article “Political Deadlock in Libya and Syria” as published by the African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (ACCORD) in its Conflict Trends publication.