The tide of brain drain – from developing countries to industrialized nations – has turned. Human capital is returning home to Asia, Latin America, Eastern Europe, and Africa, while some European professionals squeezed by the recession, turn toward developing countries for advancement.
If successful, President Kirchner would most likely benefit.
A survey of Canadian adults found that most reacted negatively to foreign control of their natural resources, according to OilPrice.com. Canadians are "not particularly supportive" of a proposed deal with the China National Offshore Oil Corp.
As the government of Colombia and the militant insurgency group FARC begin peace negotiations today in Oslo, Norway, they may finally end one of Latin Americas longest conflicts. But greater participation by all Colombians, especially women, is critical for a lasting peace.