[English version] Haití es ejemplo de cómo los políticos de carne y hueso pero también las nacio
Please God, save us from hyper-partisanship and hyper-media in perpetual election mode selling us a hyperbolic public discourse.
For many of us in the U.S., the sometimes vicious attack ads of last year's presidential election are more than just a recent memory.
Elections took place Sunday, Nov. 29 in Honduras with National Party leader Porfirio Lobo declared the winner.
In the wake of Tuesday's elections where the Democrats lost governor's races in New Jersey and in Virginia, some observers are advising President Obama to scale back his agenda.
Most of the country probably didn't notice.
Thankfully, the crisis in Honduras may be reaching a political resolution.
Friday morning, Hillary Clinton praised what she called "an historic agreement" between de facto President Roberto Micheletti and deposed President Manuel Zelaya.
The following is a message delivered at the "Stand for Freedom in Iran" rally that took place yesterday at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, across from the United Nations.
Last week the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) pledged to support the program on national healing in Zimbabwe.