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Do Not Treat Mexico as a Geo-political Pawn

Do Not Treat Mexico as a Geo-political Pawn

By Daniel Nardini One of the problems with many so-called American “experts” and American politicians is that they treat too many countries and Mexico in particular as a geo-political pawn… Read more »

The Growing Possibility of National Insurrection

The Growing Possibility of National Insurrection

By Daniel Nardini Since former U.S. President Donald Trump was convicted of 34 felony counts in a New York court, his followers are now on the war-path. Trump’s supporters have… Read more »

America’s Growing Isolationism

America’s Growing Isolationism

By Daniel Nardini The United States is now far less engaged in world affairs than at anytime since the end of the Cold War. The United States, despite claims by… Read more »

Neutering American History in the Classroom

Neutering American History in the Classroom

By Daniel Nardini Recently I talked to a young man who works in a restaurant. He will soon be graduating from high school, and he hopes to go to music… Read more »

English: The Language of International Communication

English: The Language of International Communication

By Daniel Nardini A generation ago, I was teaching English as a foreign language in Taiwan. At the time, about five percent of all Taiwanese understood English, and Taiwan was… Read more »

Afghanistan: The Forgotten War

Afghanistan: The Forgotten War

By Daniel Nardini It is simply not in the news. Since the Taliban took over Afghanistan, we have not heard anything about what has been going on in that country… Read more »

Mexico’s Jalisco State Decriminalizes Abortion

Mexico’s Jalisco State Decriminalizes Abortion

By Daniel Nardini The major city of Guadalajara and the whole of Jalisco state it is located in will decriminalize abortion in all cases. This makes Jalisco state the thirteenth… Read more »

Iowa Going Rogue

Iowa Going Rogue

By Daniel Nardini I have been watching political events happening in Iowa with trepidation. Last week, Iowa Governor Kim Reynaulds signed into law legislation that will allow police in Iowa… Read more »

Ecuador’s Wrong Move

Ecuador’s Wrong Move

By Daniel Nardini In a move that has definitely broken international law, Ecuador’s government under Ecuadoran President Daniel Noboa conducted a semi-military police raid on the Mexican embassy in the… Read more »

A Three-tiered Justice System

A Three-tiered Justice System

By Daniel Nardini The whole legal drama with former President Donald Trump is a stark reality reminder that there actually is a two-tiered justice system in the United States. One… Read more »