Dominican Republic

Latin America cannot be properly understood without the mixture of heritages from all over the world. Photo (c)  The Economist 2015

LATIN AMERICA: Identity and Dual Citizenship

Migration is a deeply entrenched concept within Latin America. Whether it is people crossing a border to establish themselves in a foreign land or a State receiving an influx of…

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What can the Dominican Republic's strict immigration modus operandi toward Haiti teach us about a Trump United States?   Photo (c) Puente Sur & La Republic 2016

US: Trump Immigration Agenda Parallels Dominican Republic Extremism

What can the Dominican Republic’s strict immigration modus operandi toward Haiti teach us about a Trump United States?  US presidential candidate Donald Trump has launched a new immigration proposal – that the…


The UN declares August 30th the International Day of the Disappeared, but Latin America has been no foreigner to forced disappearances on any day.

INTERNATIONAL DAY of the DISAPPEARED: Latin America Past and Present

The United Nations General Assembly Resolution 65/209 declares August 30th the International Day of the Disappeared. Yet for the past century, Latin America has been no foreigner to forced disappearances…