Interpreters who worked alongside American and NATO forces in Afghanistan say they now are unable to obtain visas to seek asylum in the U.S. (via Vice News)
- About CIR
Any commercial fisherman used to be able to fish in U.S. seas. Not anymore. Today, the right to fish belongs to a number of private individuals who have traded, bought and sold these rights in unregulated markets. This system, called "catch shares," favors large fishing fleets and has cut out thousands of smaller-scale fishermen. How did this happen?