Martha Garcia

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Martha Garcia Torres Landa has a bachelor's degree in International Relations at the Tecnologico de Monterrey University in Queretaro, Mexico. During her undergraduate degree she has specialized in conflict and peace studies. Likewise, she has taken several creative writing courses and workshops in both Mexican universities and abroad. Her research interests include feminism, social activism, World History and Human Rights.

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War for Profit: Implications of the Growing Private Security Industry

The private security industry mostly entails Private Military and Security Companies (PMSC) which offer military services all around the world to national governments, international...

Diving into the concerning state of LGBTQIA+ rights recognition globally: An interview with Francisco Urrutia

Worldwide, two-thirds of people belonging to the LGBTQIA+ community have suffered violence or abuse, and hate crimes targeting this group of individuals have escalated...

Is there a gender dimension to poverty?

Poverty is a topic that worries all nations and governments around the globe. Every year, governmental and non-governmental actors come together in efforts to...

Mexico and the U.S. Border: A Symbiotic Relationship

Most of the time Mexico is blamed by the United States government and officials for being responsible of the drug crisis in their country,...

The Buchona look: A lifestyle

Women in Mexico, especially in the regions close to the Sinaloa Cartel, are obsessed with the former beauty queen Emma Coronel, wife of El...

The Fast and the Fake

Mexico and the United States have always had trouble keeping their border safe in terms of trafficking; drugs, people, weapons and more. In an...

An interview with Joel Angel Bravo Anduaga: Are international organizations still relevant?

With recent developments in the international arena, and ghost conflicts from the past exacerbating contemporary global issues, it is inevitable to question what is...

To legalize or not to legalize?

Prostitution is considered as one of the oldest professions, which always causes conflicting points of view. The sex industry tied to human trafficking, is...

Is European humanity skin deep?

When talking about security the most common line of thought tends to be war and the actors involved in the attack, however, all the...

Interview with Rosie Chawla: If peace is not growing, then something else is

As conflict continues to rise in different parts of the world due to different reasons, it is inevitable to ask ourselves, what is happening...

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Unlocking the Potential of Women and Adolescent Girls in Madagascar will Reduce Poverty

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Environmental Protection and Food Production in the Cerrado Could Create $72bn for Brazil

A new model for economic growth in the Cerrado...

Blinken and the restaurant theory of international relations

Call it the restaurant theory of international relations. As...
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