22/05/2019Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional ISHAAN THAROOR
Numerous Palestinian business executives invited to Bahrain by the Trump administration have already signaled they won’t be coming. “It looks like they’ve invited many business people, but it’s an issue related to our national interest,” Ibrahim Barham, a founder of a Palestinian electronics and engineering company, told my colleagues. “We can’t divide it from what’s going on in the political arena.”
20/05/2019Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional ISHAAN THAROOR
Late last week, Trump suggested to reporters that Iran had “great potential” and he would be interested in cutting a deal with the Islamic Republic. According to my colleagues, he chided Bolton, an inveterate hawk, and quipped to aides that “we’d be in war everywhere if it was up to this guy."
12/04/2019Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional ISHAAN THAROOR
In the space of little more than a week, two long-ruling autocrats in the Arab world succumbed to people power. First, it was Algeria’s President Abdelaziz Bouteflika. Then came news Thursday of Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir.
26/03/2019Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Relaciones Bilaterales ISHAAN THAROOR
When President Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met at the White House on Monday, the latter cheered the former with a joke.
25/03/2019Economía The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional ISHAAN THAROOR
Some seven centuries after the legendary Venetian explorer and merchant Marco Polo embarked on his odyssey to China, Beijing’s emissaries are establishing a beachhead of their own in Italy.
04/02/2019Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional ISHAAN THAROOR
01/02 - 14:59 - This week, the European Union finally launched a long-mooted mechanism aimed at salvaging trade between the continent and Iran.
05/03/2018Política O Globo - Brasil Politica Latinoamericana ISHAAN THAROOR
A situação na Venezuela não melhora. Já se sabe o que aflige o país: crises econômicas espiraladas que se sobrepõem (em grande parte provocadas pelo próprio governo) e desabastecimento nas lojas de alimentos, remédios e outros produtos básicos geraram má nutrição e pobreza e uma nova crise de refugiados no Hemisfério Ocidental.