Dr. Birsen Filip - Archive

The Expansion of U.S. Military Installations in Argentina and Their Implications for Argentine Sovereignty By Dr. Birsen Filip, July 24, 2018
Flowers: Symbols of Love in Europe that Bring Food Insecurity to the African Nations that Produce Them By Dr. Birsen Filip, May 13, 2018
The Flower Industry’s Impacts on Colombia on Mother’s Day By Dr. Birsen Filip, May 12, 2018
Libya
The Refugee Crisis in Europe: Unfolding Right-wing Politics, Racism and Anti-Immigration Political Parties By Dr. Birsen Filip, December 24, 2017
Fidel Castro: The Eternal Flame, the Most Extraordinary of Revolutionaries By Dr. Birsen Filip, November 24, 2017
President Mauricio Macri’s Neo-Liberal Orthodoxy: Keeping Argentina Firmly in America’s Backyard By Dr. Birsen Filip, April 26, 2017
Washington’s Decision to “Normalize” Relations with Cuba: Impede China’s Growing Influence in Latin America? By Dr. Birsen Filip, August 28, 2016
Obama’s Historic Trip to Cuba and U.S Double Standards on Human Rights By Dr. Birsen Filip, March 21, 2016
Political Chaos in Spain By Dr. Birsen Filip, January 11, 2016
Cuba’s National Hero: Camilo Cienfuegos By Dr. Birsen Filip, October 28, 2015
The U.N. Resolution Condemning the US Trade Embargo on Cuba By Dr. Birsen Filip, September 28, 2015
History:The World War II Liberation of Rome from German Occupation By Dr. Birsen Filip, June 04, 2015
World War I: The 100th Anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli (1915-1916) By Dr. Birsen Filip, April 25, 2015
The Organization of American States (OAS) and the Re-establishment of Ties between the U.S. and Cuba By Dr. Birsen Filip, April 10, 2015
The Cuban Revolution, the U.S. Imposed Economic Blockade and US-Cuba Relations By Dr. Birsen Filip, February 27, 2015
The Dramatic Plight of Syrian Refugees in Turkey By Dr. Birsen Filip, November 16, 2014