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Luis Gómez Romero

Luis Gómez Romero

Lecturer in Human Rights, Constitutional Law and Legal Theory, University of Wollongong

Luis practiced law in Mexico, where he achieved several years of experience in litigation, consultancy and legal and policy research. He was a high level policy advisor to Mexican President Vicente Fox’s transitional government.

Luis pursued his Ph. D. in Human Rights in Spain, at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. He has taught in the areas of jurisprudence, constitutional law, international law, legal research and human rights in several universities in Mexico, Spain, Colombia, Canada and Australia. His main research interests are Human Rights; Political Theory; Cultural Legal Studies; Third World Approaches to International Law; Utopianism; Law and Literature; Law and Popular Culture; Critical Legal Theory; Feminist Jurisprudence; Latin American History and Politics and European History and Politics.

Cartel kingpin El Chapo is jailed for life, but the US-Mexico drug trade is booming

Jul 21, 2019 11:48 am UTC| Insights & Views Law

The infamous Mexican drug lord Joaquín Archivaldo Guzmán Loera aka El Chapo has been sentenced to life plus an additional 30 years for drug trafficking, conspiracy, money laundering and weapons charges,...

Mexican president López Obrador has a woman problem

Jul 14, 2019 13:17 pm UTC| Insights & Views Politics

After the leftist firebrand Andrés Manuel López Obrador won the Mexican presidency in a landslide last year, he vowed to govern for all, starting with the poor. In Mexico, the poor includes many women, who...

El Chapo trial shows why a wall won't stop drugs from crossing the US-Mexico border

Jan 20, 2019 09:29 am UTC| Insights & Views Law

The trial of Mexican drug kingpin Joaquín El Chapo Guzmán Loera has exposed just how powerful Mexicos cartels really are. The trial has now run for two months. On Jan. 15, a Colombian drug trafficker who...

Massacres, disappearances and 1968: Mexicans remember the victims of a 'perfect dictatorship'

Oct 09, 2018 13:36 pm UTC| Insights & Views Law

Ten days before the opening ceremony of the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico City, uniformed soldiers and rooftop snipers opened fire on student protesters in a plaza in the capital citys Tlatelolco neighborhood. Hundreds...

Twin earthquakes expose Mexico's deep inequality

Sep 21, 2017 14:54 pm UTC| Insights & Views Technology

Early in the morning on Sept. 16, 1810, priest Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla rang the bell of his church in the small town of Dolores, near Guanajuato, Mexico. His parishioners gathered round, and he urged them to revolt...

NAFTA's biggest loser: the US, after Canada and Mexico get rich trading marijuana

May 16, 2017 15:49 pm UTC| Insights & Views Economy

The president of the United States, Donald Trump, prides himself on his business acumen. But his protectionism may get America a truly bad deal when it comes to North Americas next big market: marijuana. Fulfilling a...

Mexico's military is a lethal killing force – should it really be deployed as police?

Apr 24, 2017 13:17 pm UTC| Insights & Views Politics

There is nothing noble about war. In the words of the Spanish-American philosopher and poet George Santayana, it wastes a nations wealth, chokes its industries, kills its flower, and condemns it to be governed by...

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Economy

S. Korea's 5G subscribers reach 7.37-M in June

South Koreas 5G users have reached 7.37 million in June, up by 493,101 from the May, months before the launches of new phones that will use the network. The number of 5G subscriptions is expected to rise later this...

Indonesia subjects Facebook, Apple, Disney, Tiktok to 10% VAT

Indonesia has included Facebook, The Walt Disney Company (Southeast Asia) Pte Ltd., Tiktok Pte Ltd, and Apple Distribution International Ltd, among technology companies to be charged 10 percent value-added tax on sales to...

Malaysia urges ASEAN to purchase COVID-19 vaccine as a bloc

Malaysias Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein urged the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) members to procure the COVID-19 vaccine as a bloc to increase its availability in the...

Tencent targetted in US-China tech war

US President Donald Trump has issued executive orders that would ban messaging app WeChat and short-form video app TikTok in the US in 45 days if their parent companies do not sell them. The announcement sent shares of...

S. Korea to launch 6G project in 2026

The South Korean government will invest 200 billion won for five years from 2021 en route to launching a 6G mobile services pilot project in 2026. The target is for commercializing 6G services between 2028 and...

Politics

Ivanka Trump brings in $4 million in latest fundraiser

Despite the current economic and health crisis that is currently affecting the United States as well as the rest of the world, Donald Trump is still up for reelection this year and is set to receive a formal renomination...

Melania Trump: Expert says FLOTUS is like a 'mentor' to stepdaughter Ivanka Trump

First lady Melania Trump is an influential presence in the White House, even to her stepdaughter Ivanka Trump. A body language expert shares how much influence Melania may have had over Ivanka over time in her role as a...

Donald Trump: Facebook and Twitter clamp down on misinformation on POTUS' posts

Donald Trump is known for insisting his own claims and theories about the COVID-19 pandemic, which has hit the United States the hardest. Recently, social media platforms Facebook and Twitter have now clamped down on posts...

Melania Trump: Body language expert says the First Lady's 'regal vibes' was copied from Queen Elizabeth

Melania Trump is currently the First Lady in the U.S. and with her position, she is bound to have many formal engagements and public appearances that may require her to give a speech. Delivering speeches is not easy...

Science

NASA reveals how ingredients for life is distributed through space

The entire universe is made up of bits and pieces of stars and planets, with the possibility of there being life in each one. Scientists at NASA looked into how there could be life on other celestial objects, in the form...

Asteroids: Space rock traveling 38,880 kilometers per hour to pass by Earth this weekend

Space agencies such as NASA are constantly keeping tabs on asteroids that are coming our way. One particular asteroid is Earthbound this weekend, traveling at a speed of 38,880 kilometers per hour. Express reports that...

Asteroids: NASA and University of Hawaii release footage of space rock completing fly-by past Earth

Asteroids regularly pass by Earth, but it is not everyday that we may get to witness one completing its fly-by. Recently, NASA and the University of Hawaii released footage one of asteroid completing its approach to...

NASA: Mysterious red rectangle in space captured by the Hubble Space Telescope

NASA and the European Space Agencys Hubble Space Telescope is busy making its rounds all throughout space, taking photos of unusual and spectacular occurrences lightyears away from Earth. This time, NASA revealed one of...

Technology

Poco hopes to break OnePlus Nord’s momentum with upcoming smartphone

A Poco Global official recently confirmed that the brand has a new smartphone in the pipeline that should be a worthy rival to the well-received OnePlus Nord. However, fans are wondering about one particular thing -- is it...

‘Elder Scrolls 6’: Why a release date announcement isn’t happening in 2021

A Bethesda Softworks official recently hinted that there would not be any announcements or updates about one of its upcoming games. There is a reason it is also an indication that no big news is coming up about Elder...

iOS 14 beta 4 delivers missing Apple TV widget, 3D Touch

Apple has rolled out the iOS 14 beta 4 this week. The new build comes with a few tweaks while also adding some missing features such as the Apple TV widget and 3D Touch. iOS 14 beta 4: Whats new? The addition of the...

Pixel 5 very likely features 120Hz as Google confirms release in fall

Google broke its months-long silence about its plans for its smartphone lineup. While the company recently confirmed the release of Pixel 5 in the coming months, an industry analyst also reported that a 120Hz display is...
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