January, 2021

  • 11 January

    The two visions of international relations

    Mario Beltran Mainero Diplomat, law graduate, and master in international relations. At the academic level, there are two main views on international relations: realism and liberalism. These two visions are not only theoretical filters that serve to understand the interactions between countries. They also show us, at a philosophical level, …

  • 9 January

    Ricky Martin Will Be Recognized for His Career as A Human Rights Activist

    -Editorial If there is a name that since reaching the peak of his career has not ceased to sensitize society about various causes that deserve attention, as well as use his voice and position as a link to unite wills and seek solutions, it is Ricky Martin. His humanitarian work …

  • 1 January

    New Year’s Day Celebrations Were Different but with The Same Spirit of Celebration

    -Editorial This New Year’s Day went down as one of the quietest ones in history. While many people were at home celebrating with their families, many of the big cities around the world still had fireworks celebrations but without gatherings. Restrictions were placed on New Year festivities around the world …

December, 2020

  • 19 December

    PAHO calls for boosting hospital capacity to cope with COVID-19 surge

    -Editorial The Americas has been experiencing “the highest levels of COVID-19 cases since the start of the pandemic” and health authorities should issue clear guidance to protect communities and act to boost hospital capacity in affected areas, the Director of the Pan American Health Organization Dr. Carissa Etienne warned today.  …

  • 14 December

    Almost 2 billion people depend on health care facilities without basic water services

    -Editorial Around 1.8 billion people are at heightened risk of COVID-19 and other diseases because they use or work in health care facilities without basic water services, warn WHO and UNICEF. “Working in a health care facility without water, sanitation and hygiene are akin to sending nurses and doctors to …

  • 9 December

    WHO reveals the leading causes of death and disability worldwide

    -Editorial Noncommunicable diseases now make up 7 of the world’s top 10 causes of death, according to WHO’s 2019 Global Health Estimates, published today. This is an increase from 4 of the 10 leading causes in 2000. The new data cover the period from 2000 to 2019 inclusive. The estimates …

  • 8 December

    The Weasel’s Tale Brings an Amazing Cast Together

    -Editorial Oscar Winner Juan Jose Campanella’s “The Weasel’s Tale,” will have its premiere on Dec. 11 but people will be able to part of a question and answer session with the director.  People are invited to be part in a free live stream bilingual question and answer on Sunday, December …

November, 2020

  • 25 November

    Soccer legend Diego Maradona dies at 60

    -Editorial Football legend Diego Maradona has died after suffering a heart attack, according to his spokesman. The Argentinian legend, who led his country to a World Cup victory in 1986, underwent brain surgery to remove a blood clot earlier in November.  He was still involved in the game, coaching the …

  • 13 November

    The government of Mexicali makes an alliance with the United Nations Office

    -Editorial In order to prevent physical, psychological, sexual, and gender violence against girls, boys, and adolescents in an interactive way, the Municipal Government established an alliance with the United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime (UNODC), to through which the education program for justice will be promoted in conjunction with …

  • 13 November

    WHO establishes Council on the Economics of Health for All

    -Editorial The World Health Organization has announced a new Council on the Economics of Health for All, staffed by leading economists and health experts, to put “Health for All” at the center of how we think about value creation and economic growth. “The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated the consequences of …