Saturday, July 30, 2016

Clinton’s Nomination Follows Trend of Latin American Women In Power

By any measure, the nomination of Hillary Clinton as the first female nominee to a major political party in the United States is monumental. This week Clinton has gone farther than any other woman in U.S. history, but globally – and surprisingly more so in the machismo world of Latin America – female political figures have been elected to the highest political offices in their countries for decades.. “The weight of machismo makes it all the more surprising that all these women presidents have been elected in the region,” Cynthia Arnson, the director of the Latin American Program at the … [Read More...]

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Clinton’s Nomination Follows Trend of Latin American Women In Power

By any measure, the nomination of Hillary Clinton as the first female nominee to a major political … [Read More...]

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Comentarios from Maria: Chaos, Crisis and Cruz: The Trump Convention So Far

This has been a GOP convention in 4-D: dissonance, discord, divisiveness and dishonesty. From the plagiarism debacle, to the Cruz revolt, to the messages of anger and hate coming from almost every speaker on that stage, the Trump campaign and the Republican Party utterly failed to expand their … [Read More...]

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