Sunday , 17 December 2017

Catalonia’s Woes

Catalonia’s Woes

Ian Vazquez, director of the Cato Institute's center for Global Freedom and Prosperity, analyzes the effects of a possible Catalan independence.    Catalonia may be on the ve ...

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The Invisible Continent

The Invisible Continent

Cuban exile Carlos Alberto Montaner analyses the role Latin America, and its populist regimes, play in international politics.  Latin America is, for better or for worst, the invi ...

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Maduro Is Still Dangerous

Maduro Is Still Dangerous

Cuban writer Carlos Alberto Montaner explains why Maduro's regime is a threat to the region. Maduro had to rectify his unconstitutional behavior. Venezuela’s Attorney General, Lui ...

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Populism, The New Enemy of Democracy

Populism, The New Enemy of Democracy

    In this article that appeared on both El Pais (Spain) and La Nación (Argentina),  Nobel Prize winner Mario Vargas Llosa analyzes the threat populism poses to modern liberal de ...

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Trump Is Not The Real Danger

Trump Is Not The Real Danger

The writer, Emilio Ocampo is an  economist who holds an MBA from the University of Chicago and taught emerging markets economy at NYU Stern. He is also the writer of several books ...

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Brexit and Populism´s New Dawn

Brexit and Populism´s New Dawn

An interesting view by Emilio Ocampo on what is happening around the world.   The first era of globalization ended abruptly in the summer of 1914. The second, which started in 198 ...

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Trump, Argentina and the Dangers of Populism

Trump, Argentina and the Dangers of Populism

As the United States enters the Trump era University of Chicago economist and writer Emilio Ocampo compares the Trump phenomenon to one that is all too familiar to Latinamericans. ...

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