The HPR interviews conservative political analyst Bill Kristol
On the Newsstand:movement
Reconciliation between the Taliban and the Karzai government threatens to reverse much of the progress made by women in Afghanistan.
With the green movement making an economic impact nationally, it is paramount for cities to develop a comprehensive plan that will attract and retain both growing and established environmentally-friendly businesses.
The Occupy movement that has consumed the attention of America’s news media, city governments, and populace for the past few months is not the first to attempt—or succeed—to change social order and political discourse in America. To the confusion of media, politicians, and the public, the Occupy movement has declared itself leaderless and non-hierarchical. This stands in high contrast to previous social movements, many of which have featured powerful leadership.
Journalists and international officials have markedly ignored the modern history of Guatemala. The nation’s past includes a long list of wrongs against the indigenous peoples of the country, including exploitation by wealthy, mixed-race landowners and government complicity in discriminatory practices. However, until the 1983 publishing of Quiché leader Rigoberta Menchú’s controversial autobiography, the attention of the world was rarely drawn to the bloodshed and activism happening in Central America.
Cracks in the electoral college's application have emerged, prompting calls for reforms to change the system.