Aaron Sanchez from Commentary & Cuentos gives his analysis on the rise of “Hispandering” during current presidential race both political parties.
Before Spain colonized the Western Hemisphere, it fought and colonized various parts of its own country that still maintain a spirit and longing for independence centuries later. Whether it is Catalonia, Galicia, or the Basque country, Spain is by no means a monolithic society. Boaz Vilallonga, a visiting scholar @ New York University, explains the complexities of Catalonia’s independence movement.
The fantastic Prof Alvaro Huerta discusses how the importance of semantics in the debate over immigration affects both policy and perception. He also stresses the reality that human migration is not only as old as time itself, but also a universal human right.