A Lesson From Hugo Chávez I was with my Spanish teacher on a crowded bus in Quito. I strained to both hear and understand him as we conversed en español. Share
When I opened a window in my schedule last February, I was thinking of warm weather, a different culture and learning Spanish. Events led me to Ecuador. “I don’t know much about that country,” said more than one colleague. Share
Two days before a trip to the east coast early this fall, I got an email from my financial advisor. He said, “There was a very good Goldman Sachs note available today…
Trauma can be used to advance causes and shape the telling of history. Michael Roth calls on us to stop and simply remember, with piety.