Articles by: Andean Air Mail & PERUVIAN TIMES

High Stakes

High Stakes

By Jaron Lubin — The Mark News — The stakes are high when it comes to adapting to rapid urban densification. Innovation is happening all over the world, but the most effective developments are realized when design and policy come together, as they have in Singapore. Hip-hop supergroup De La […]

International Cooperation to Fight Organized Crime

International Cooperation to Fight Organized Crime

Prosecutors and attorneys general from 20 countries — including the U.S., the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Mexico and most of Latin America —were in Lima this week, to discuss mechanisms for greater judiciary cooperation in transnational cases of organized crime, corruption and money laundering. The host of the three-day convention was Peru’s […]

Pope’s Mass to be Held at Air Base

Pope’s Mass to be Held at Air Base

President Kuczynski and his Labor minister Alfonso Grados crossed the square this week from the government palace to the archbishop’s palace , and together with Cardinal Cipriani announced their decision regarding Pope Francis’ visit in January —that the final mass in Lima, on Jan. 21, will be held at the […]

Two Steps Back

Two Steps Back

By Amanda Glassman — The Mark News —    Plans by the Trump administration to slash U.S. global health funding would be a huge setback for countries and organizations — not to mention an initiative with roots in the White House — that have used the program to make impressive strides […]