Author: Blake Burdge

The Globe is Hiring!

The Globe is Hiring!

We have positions available on our editing, writing, formatting and publicity teams. Just find the right application below. The deadline to apply for all positions is September 17th. Associate Editor for The Globe’s journal:  The Globe’s editing team selects and prepares the papers which will be published in the print […]

President Trump: Take Care with Latin America

President Trump: Take Care with Latin America

The United States’ foreign policy in Latin America over the last few decades has centered around the promotion of peace and democracy in the region; whether or not it has been effective is debatable. However, this regional strategy is quickly nearing irrelevancy with the United States’ presidential transition, as President […]

Chavistas Halt Venezuelan Progress

Chavistas Halt Venezuelan Progress

Despite winning the presidency in a special election only three years earlier, the latest polls show that Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro’s approval rating is slightly above nineteen percent. On any given weekday, between noon and two o’clock, viewers can tune their radio to 95.9 FM for La Hora de Salsa […]

U.S. President Barack Obama (R) and President Raul Castro (L) of Cuba shake hands during a bilateral meeting at the United Nations Headquarters on September 29, 2015 in New York City.  Castro and Obama are in New York City to attend the 70th anniversary general assembly meetings. (Photo by Anthony Behar-Pool/Getty Images)

Avoiding a Cuban Relapse

Every year since 1991, the United States has voted in favor of the sanctions that it imposed on Cuba . On October 26, the United States abstained from the annual UN General Assembly vote condemning the U.S. embargo on Cuba. While the nation’s abstention does not display definitive solidarity with […]