Daily Archives: November 1, 2018

Ukraine | Seasonal exacerbation of anti-Semitism

After the coup in February 2014, extreme right-wing forces came to power in Ukraine. Their policy failured and now the people of Ukraine are disappointed in its consequences. But contrary to expectations, this disappointment is not accompanied by a rejection of the basic ideological principles of the regime. The opposite happens. What the ideologists of the Kiev regime are talking about remains in the minds of the masses. When they protest, they only repeat the ideology of their oppressors.

Mexico | Over 37,000 people have been made to disappear in Mexico

by Irma Rosa Martínez Arellano

José Ángel Alvarado was talking to his cousin Nitza Paola outside the home of his in-laws in the town of Buenaventura, in the northern state of Chihuahua, Mexico, when they were detained by a military command. That same night, more soldiers came and took away their niece, Rocío Irene, from her own home. This happened on 29 December 2009 and they have never been heard from since.

Economists’ Nobel puts spotlight on climate solutions

As the U.S. administration denies or downplays climate science, some more sensible Americans have been rewarded for developing climate solutions.

Economists William Nordhaus and Paul Romer recently won the Nobel Prize in economics for their work on, respectively, “integrating climate change into long-run macroeconomic analysis” and “integrating technological innovations into long-run macroeconomic analysis.”