Journal Of Diplomacy
- New @ForeignPolicy mags arrived http://t.co/vihOZPpkpq
- Curious abt what's going on in #Ukraine or w/ #Ebola? You should consider applying to @shuDiplomacy for a degree in International Relations!
- #BokoHaram attacks another town. BH is successful because their attacks increase the locals outrage at the Nigerian military's failures
- Russia plans sending second aid convoy into Ukraine, heightening tensions on the eve of crunch talks. http://t.co/C2tREnWvZ4
- BREAKING: Iraq officials say car bombs hit Shiite towns south of Baghdad, kill at least 23 people.
South America Archive
Posted on November 17, 2013 | 1 Commentby Brian Sherry This month the President of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, asked the Venezuelan Congress to give him emergency powers in order to “fight corruption and economic sabotage.” According to the Washington Post, Maduro is imitating his charismatic predecessor Hugo...
Posted on October 26, 2011 | No CommentsBy Laura Toledo Two weeks ago, in a rare show of bipartisan accord, Congress finally passed free trade agreements (FTAs) with Colombia, Panama and South Korea. The agreement with Colombia was by far the most controversial, given that country’s longstanding...