I took the time to reflect upon modern day human brutality that is beyond physical violences such as regimes that often silence human beings. We hear of the contemporary examples within Latin American countries such as: Columbia, Cuba, Venezuela, Nicaragua, as well as historical examples, such as the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre. When 33 yearsContinue reading “REFLECTIONS ON REGIMES.”
Within this writing I reflect upon the USA mission in Afghanistan to connect with worldwide regional humanitarian crisis such as in Venezuela and Syria. Since writing these words I wondered what words are left to describe the young lives who died to save others, to further question the socially constructed divides that are created by such terror attacks. I continue to remain proud of USA humanitarian efforts in Afghanistan.
Within this writing I reflect upon the process of learning as doing something, such as a process to shift a view, create an opinios and to build upon previous learning. It is through this thought that I share views upon the current evolving situation in Afghanistan, Venezuela and the book that I am reading, to discuss and reflect upon my own learning that is evolving through the learning of Spanish American History through its founding and creation story that leads to The United States of America.
Within this writing I once again reflect upon my current reading to connect with quotes to offer a further understanding of the social constructivist view that shifts Global views and attention for foreign aid and service. To further ponder upon the crisis’ that are left ignored and the histories that are silenced.
This writing is a continuation of my previous blog post entitled: The Alaska meeting, to further explore the last few words with regards to the responsibility of the Venezuelan Humanitarian crisis, given the recent announcements for TPS and the DREAMERS. I ponder upon nations who have betrayed Venezuela, for other nations to assist and help, but also to leave helping nations in a precarious position, given that the Maduro regimes does not acknowledge the humanitarian crisis.
This writing is a continuation and reflection from my previous blog post entitled: American Rescue Plan | TPS! I draw connections from current events and history to further understand the socio-political state, as well as to comment upon the USA and China meeting in Alaska.
Within this writing I reflect upon the nations emerging from the Coronavirus restrictions, safety precautions and vaccination modes, as other contestation begin to emerge such as the political and humanitarian crisis of Venezuela with the Biden administrations announcement to utilize the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Venezuelans who are living in the United States of America (USA).