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What Puerto Rico Can Learn from President Obama’s Policy on Palestinian Statehood

By  Julio Ricardo Varela Ever since the Arab Spring, the world’s political status quo has been challenged, and the United States of America —still the globe’s only true superpower (maybe China will be there soon, but no now)— is still trying to figure out its role in this changing political landscape. While the Obama Administration […]

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U.S. Latino History: 2 Year Anniversary of Sotomayor’s Appointment as Supreme Court Justice

On this day in U.S. Latino history: Sonia Sotomayor was sworn-in as the 111th justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. Sotomayor became the first Hispanic and only the third woman to ever serve on the nation’s highest court. President Obama nominated the 55-year-old federal appeals court judge to replace retired Justice David Souter . In […]

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Un Hombre Perdido

¿Qué buscas? No queda aquí alma alguna, Ni amor Tan solo la defunción de la inocencia. Un hombre perdido Sus raíces esparcidas No queda rastro de sangre Borrado desde la antigüedad A través de la historia Un hombre perdido Su existencia es ajena Un individuo solitario Atrapado en un tiro al blanco Un hombre perdido […]

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