As Barack Obama was leaving Cuba after his historical visit, the first by a U.S. president in 80 years, and as Belgium and the world were mourning the victims of Brussels’ recent terrorist attacks, an important date in Colombia’s history went by almost unnoticed on the world stage. March 23rd 2016 marked the self-imposed deadline […]

As the 2016 U.S. Presidential election nears, all eyes are turned on the Republican primaries, already a very entertaining political waltz, to say the least. On the other side of the fence, Hillary Clinton is still leading the Democratic primaries and is a strong contender for the presidency. The inexplicable feeling of being witness to […]

There’s no universal consensus on a definition for terrorism. When you type the word “Terrorism” on Google, the first definition to pop out is: “the use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims.” Although this is pretty reductive, let’s use this definition to simplify things. Terrorism doesn’t have to be religious, but […]

As the global climate changes, the Arctic gets increasingly accessible. Receding ice opens navigational ways to commerce and to the very appealing potentials of the region’s natural resources. If these fascinating new promises make the bordering states see the North Pole as a new Klondike, the contested territorial waters and the blurry Exclusive Economic Zones […]

Toronto’s controversial mayor Rob Ford is not the only politician in the limelight in Canada. An avalanche of scandals in the Senate has reinstated the debate between Senate reformist and abolishers. This institution has been the hub of some heated debate and bold moves by the official opposition, the Liberal party, and Prime Minister Stephen […]