It’s a sad irony that the Swedish Embassy opened its new exhibition on mobility just as the coronavirus pandemic essentially ground mobility to a halt around the world. But the lessons of how to move around smarter will be just as important, if not more so, in a post-pandemic world.
There is a long history of countries overthrowing other countries’ governments to get what they want. There is an equally long history of such efforts ending in abject failure. So why does the idea of forcible regime change continues to hold sway in U.S. foreign policy circles?
For 50 years, Graciela Iturbide has been one of Latin America’s most acclaimed contemporary photographers, producing visceral, haunting images that paint a nuanced picture of her homeland — and the women in it — in all their rich complexity.
Colombian Ambassador Francisco