Art and Culture

Football Clubs as Civic Associations: Their Role in Buenos Aires before 1943

April 26, 2016

Football clubs, a sense of neighborhood identity and politics have been linked together in Buenos Aires since the true popularization of the sport of soccer. This happened because a number of changes occurred in the Buenos Aires at roughly the same time.

Reflections on the Inter-Oceanic Highway in the Southwestern Amazon

April 27, 2016

A mainstay of development policy has been the promotion of roads and other infrastructure to support economic development (World Bank 1994). In the last decade-plus, infrastructure has again been prioritized, increasingly as a means of fostering economic integration among neighboring countries (Bourguignon and Pleskovic 2008).

Capturing Life: Collective Memory in the Post-Chávez Era

April 27, 2016

For anybody who lived in Venezuela in the periods before and after Hugo Chávez’s death on 5 March 2013, these were strange and intense times. After a protracted battle with cancer and a final address to the nation televised on 16 December 2013, the man whose image and voice had been a constant feature in the nation’s imaginary and daily life —among opponents and supporters alike— was gone.

Los Latinos están Subrepresentados en Pittsburgh y en su Principal Universidad

April 27, 2016

En 2012 había un 69% de estudiantes secundarios hispanos inscritos para entrar a una universidad estadounidense, más que el 67% de estudiantes secundarios anglosajones inscritos.1 Esta cifra muestra el fuerte crecimiento de latinos estudiando en universidades en el país.

U.S Commerce Secretary in Cuba for talks of improving trade

April 27, 2016

U.S Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker arrived in Cuba on October 6 for a two- day visit, seeking common ground and collaboration to improve trade relations between the two countries. She told Cuban officials that Washington wants to improve the Communist country’s nascent private sector and that president Castro should let the private enterprises thrive under a more open and free market.

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