Tag Archives: Alejandra Guarneros

What’s Next?

BY ALEJANDRA GUARNEROS — Chapter I, Article I of the United Nations Charter states that the purpose of the United Nations is “[t]o maintain international peace and security, and to that end: to take effective collective measures for the prevention and removal of threats to the peace, and for the suppression of acts of aggression […]

A Proposal

BY ALEJANDRA GUARNEROS — A protest that began about 10 months ago is developing into a civil war. For this reason, the United Nations’ Security Council has been meeting with diplomats from around the world to agree upon a proposal that would ease tensions in the country and ultimately create a democracy. Syria is at […]

Iran’s Options

BY ALEJANDRA GUARNEROS — On Monday, September 5th, Iran made a surprise negotiation in an effort to ease the political tensions with the West. After years of maintaining a firm stance on its nuclear program, the “head of Iran’s atomic energy agency, Fereydoon Abbasi,” has offered to allow international inspectors ‘full supervision’ of the country’s […]