Leonardo Briceno

Contributor/Author in The Post Millennial



Articles/Stories written by Leonardo Briceno: 10

Establishment Democrats unable to stop far left infiltration of the party

For the Democratic party as a whole, Bowman and Engel’s race represents a political struggle for identity that goes beyond a handful of New York constituents.

Leonardo Briceno

Ottawa to mandate face masks on public transit

Passengers in Ottawa attempting to catch the bus or board a train after June 15th will want to bring a mask with them if they want to hitch a ride.

Leonardo Briceno

UN Security Council fails to condemn China's actions against Hong Kong

China’s domestic legislation was raised by the US, but the conversation stopped when China and Russia objected to discussing the issue at the Security Council.

Leonardo Briceno

China relents and opens up to investigation of coronavirus origins

China is now agreeing to have a WHO independent investigation conducted on the source of the coronavirus in the wake of international pressures.

Leonardo Briceno

Universities hard hit by pandemic will struggle even as virus dissipates

Colleges and universities across the United States might not escape the threat of COVID-19 in time for the coming 2020-2021 school year.

Leonardo Briceno

Trump's 3-phase plan to open the US economy

President Trump and the White House announced a plan to bring the United States—and its work force—back from COVID-19’s grip of isolation.

Leonardo Briceno

Countries are walking away from trade with China after coronavirus outbreak

For countries evaluating a future beyond COVID-19, China’s commercial instability during the global crisis has become a point of contention among industry and trading partners.

Leonardo Briceno

UN sees increase in global domestic violence due to effects of coronavirus

While they might not be emergency room patients, women and children in abusive homes are falling victim to a side effect of the infectious spread of COVID-19.

Leonardo Briceno

Coronavirus home test kits could be available sooner than we think

Instead of directly testing patients for COVID-19, medical experts might soon have a faster, easier, and cheaper alternative to identifying the virus: testing for immunity.

Leonardo Briceno

What the new US-Mexico-Canada Agreement means for North American trade

The USMCA brings much needed updates to the three-decades' old NAFTA, in manufacturing, intellectual property, labour laws, and environmental provisions.

Leonardo Briceno