Instead of Mexico, the countries of the Northern Triangle—Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador—now supply 85 percent of Latin American immigrants entering the United States.
MOAB is a weapon of massive proportions, but its consequences carry even greater magnitude. It is possible that its launch was a strategic maneuver, but more likely it is representative of the Trump administration’s increased willingness to use military powers.
In Xinjiang, attacks on religious expression have long been seen as one dimension of a larger government campaign to repress Uyghur ethnic identity.
Why does a chemical attack evoke an immediate, large-scale response, while the starvation of hundreds of thousands in Syria is brushed aside?
Unless Putin’s self-serving regime can give the Russian public something in the way of real progress, it will continue to make its voice heard.
As China’s economy and population continue to grow, new housing patterns have emerged to address its urban housing needs.
Germany is developing its own version of the Marshall Plan as it examines its relationship with the African continent.