Peru’s Domestic and Diplomatic Downturn
By Fernanda PadillaStaff Writer Peru’s Democratic Crisis In December 2022, Peru’s now former president, Pedro Castillo, attempted to dissolve congress with a self-coup. It was the culmination of a long trend of democratic uncertainty in the country, and the fallout has exposed Peru’s social and diplomatic instability. Castillos’ attempt has been compared to the 1992 “Fujimorazo”…
PROFITEERING FROM DEATH: HONDURAS’ WAR ON INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES
Managing Editor Nick Vacchio contextualizes the violence and environmental devastation propagated by the Honduran government against its indigenous communities.
THE SAMI: A DISAPPEARING INDIGENOUS MINORITY IN SCANDINAVIA
Editor in Chief Omkar Mahajan gives a broad overview of the history of the discrimination that the Sami face in Scandinavia and how it continues to persist even in the present day.