No Man is a Prophet in his Own Land: The Gustavo Petro Interview

When Bogota, Colombia’s Andean capital city awakes, the thin high altitude air enables an uninterrupted urban panorama punctuated only with pine covered mountains. This paradisiacal image, however, vanishes once the daily commute begins and gives way to traffic-heavy thoroughfares, packed buses and an unpleasant smog hangs low permeating the city. Keen to reverse this trend Read more about No Man is a Prophet in his Own Land: The Gustavo Petro Interview[…]

Thoughts on Returning to Cuba after 13 Years

Cuba has changed, inevitable of course, 13 years is a long time, Fidel is no longer top dog and rumours abound of his fragile state and impending demise. Brother Raul is in charge and has been implementing some pretty progressive ideas into this Caribbean socialist experiment. But it’s not only Cuba that has gone through Read more about Thoughts on Returning to Cuba after 13 Years[…]

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