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What happens when a country without legal abortion tells women not to get pregnant? This was the question many asked when government officials in El Salvador recently told women to avoid getting pregnant until 2018 as a precaution against the Zika vi...

Zika and the Abortion Rights Debate

What happens when a country without legal abortion tells women not to get pregnant? This was the question many asked when government officials in El Salvador recently told women to avoid getting pregnant until 2018 as a precaution against the Zika vi...

When Venezuelans lined up to fill their tanks the morning of February 19th, they encountered an unpleasant surprise: gasoline was over a thousand times more expensive than it had been at nightfall. Such extreme variation in gasoline prices was virtua...

The Imperative for Change in Caracas

When Venezuelans lined up to fill their tanks the morning of February 19th, they encountered an unpleasant surprise: gasoline was over a thousand times more expensive than it had been at nightfall. Such extreme variation in gasoline prices was virtua...

The World Health Organization (WHO) has stated that the Zika virus is “spreading explosively,” estimating that there are approximately 4 million diagnosed cases of the virus. As of early February, according to WHO, Zika cases have been diagnosed...

Zika: Reshaping the Discussion of Rights in Latin America

The World Health Organization (WHO) has stated that the Zika virus is “spreading explosively,” estimating that there are approximately 4 million diagnosed cases of the virus. As of early February, according to WHO, Zika cases have been diagnosed...

Pope Francis has never let language barriers get in his way. Whether he’s conversing in Spanish, giving homilies in Italian, or addressing crowds of followers in English, Argentinian cleric Jorge Mario Bergoglio, who took the title Pope Francis aro...

The Pope Code

Pope Francis has never let language barriers get in his way. Whether he’s conversing in Spanish, giving homilies in Italian, or addressing crowds of followers in English, Argentinian cleric Jorge Mario Bergoglio, who took the title Pope Francis aro...