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Why Cuban landholders keep losing

February 12, 2018

Earlier last month, Cubans Americans held their breath as U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson contemplated what would become of Title III of the Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity (LIBERTAD) Act.  Eventually passing the responsibility off to Thomas Shannon, the Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, it was decided that the measure would be suspended another six months, to the dismay of thousands who believed the Trump administration would upend the long disputed bill (Torres 2018).  

Aggressive Crackdown on Protestors and Activists following the Inauguration of Honduran President Hernandez

February 6, 2018

In response to the inauguration of incumbent President Juan Orlando Hernandez on Sunday, January 27, protests have once again erupted throughout the capital city of Tegucigalpa, prompting a severe crackdown by armed forces.

Newest Mexico travel advisory crosses the line

January 29, 2018

As 2017 unfolded, the Mexican tourism sector was booming.  For the majority of the year, the country was seeing a 20 percent average gain in international passenger arrivals (following a three-year positive trend), and American Airlines Vacations reported a 25 percent rise in demand for Mexican beach destinations (Navarro & Cattan 2017).  However, a travel warning issued on August 22 of last year by the United States State Department proved to be destructive.

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