09Dec
By: Julia On: December 9, 2016 In: International Law Comments: 0

On the other side of the world from the Arab Spring is what some journalists have called the Chilean Winter. Students from high schools and universities in Chile have hopes of pressuring the Chilean government to reform the country’s education system.

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09Dec
By: Julia On: December 9, 2016 In: Immigration Comments: 1

It can be scary to lose a green card since it is evidence of your status as a lawful permanent resident, as well as your authorization to live and work in the US permanently. However, there is a specific procedure to obtain a replacement green card that depends on where...

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09Dec
By: Julia On: December 9, 2016 In: International Law Comments: 0

When a political activist carried out an unprecedented killing spree in Norway in which more than 70 people died, the news turned its spotlight on this Scandinavian country. To put the recent tragic attacks in Norway into context, here is a brief history and some basic facts about the country.

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09Dec
By: Julia On: December 9, 2016 In: International Law Comments: 0

Yemen has been deeply divided since January due to mass demonstrations against President Ali Abdullah Saleh as part of the regional Arab Spring uprisings. Learn more about the history and current events of one of the oldest civilizations in the Near East.

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08Dec
By: Julia On: December 8, 2016 In: International Law Comments: 0

Once a stable and thriving economy, Ivory Coast has declined into a divided state due to xenophobia and dictatorships. Could that be changing? Time will tell, but a truce reached in April may be the resolution Ivorians have been waiting for after a decade-old conflict.

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