Monthly Archives: September 2017

Puerto Rico’s Humanitarian Crisis

The Commonwealth Puerto Rico is known for its beautiful beaches and amazing scenery but after the passing of Hurricane Maria the panorama has changed for the worst. The island was struck by Hurricane Maria last Wednesday, leaving behind 3.4 million … Continue reading

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Hollywood with Chinese Characteristics (Coming Soon to a Theatre Near You!)

By Laura K. Bisbee   Hollywood executives share a distaste for China’s annual movie quota. The Chinese government permits 34 foreign movies to play in Chinese theaters per year, and only after extensive examination and approval. Additionally, Hollywood producers and … Continue reading

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Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: Why Recent Developments in Women’s Rights and Hate Speech Crackdown are Curtailed by the ‘War Against Dabbing’.

Saudi Arabia’s societal transformation and reform movement, a core part of Saudi Vision 2030, has recently been given a boost by a series of decisions to bolster women’s rights and a serious effort to crack down on hate speech. In … Continue reading

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