The Times - Reino Unido

09/11/2017
Argentina The Times - Reino Unido Economía Regional

Venezuela on brink of debt default

Venezuela is on the brink of default after international creditors said its state-owned oil company had not yet made a promised debt repayment of $1.1 billion that was due on November 2.
08/11/2017
Argentina The Times - Reino Unido Malvinas Mike Summers

Light aircraft and Land Rovers — a poles apart election in the Falklands mike summers

Commitment to democracy is deep seated in the Falkland Islands. The experience of invasion, occupation and liberation in 1982 makes us all acutely aware of the importance of freedom and self-determination, and continues to inspire generations both old and new to value the right to choose our Government.
07/11/2017
Política The Times - Reino Unido Política Internacional Rachel Sylvester

Sex scandals are speeding May to an early exit

With crises mounting and a PM who has used up all of her political lives, Tory thoughts are turning to Amber Rudd
02/11/2017
Política The Times - Reino Unido Política Internacional Oliver Wright

Watchdog starts inquiry into Russia Brexit links

An inquiry will examine the growing role of social media in elections amid concerns that Vladimir Putin’s Russia is trying to destabilise the democratic process
01/11/2017
Cancillería The Times - Reino Unido Ciudadanos Argentinos Will Pavia

Eight killed in New York terror attack

At least eight people were killed and more than a dozen injured in Lower Manhattan yesterday when a pick-up truck mowed down riders in a cycle lane close to the 9/11 memorial.
31/10/2017
Política The Times - Reino Unido Política Internacional Rachel Sylvester

The hard left makes a mission of misogyny

Labour is quick to condemn Tory sleaze but the party’s female MPs find the worst abuse comes from their own side ‘How do I love thee? Let me count the ways,” wrote Elizabeth Barrett Browning. In a horrible perversion of her sonnet, it’s hard to keep track of the number of methods male politicians have found to disrespect women. There are spreadsheets and WhatsApp groups dedicated to detailing sexual misconduct at Westminster but even they are struggling to keep up with the allegations of harassment and intimidation.
27/10/2017
Política The Times - Reino Unido Política Internacional

Nuclear Option

Britain’s military strength requires Trident to be renewed, but the cost must not come solely from the Ministry of Defence’s coffers
25/10/2017
Argentina The Times - Reino Unido Malvinas Richard Benyon

Britain can take a leadership role in ocean conservation

This Sunday jaws will drop in amazement as previously unseen goings-on in the ocean are revealed by the first episode of the BBC’s Blue Planet II. Dolphins will jump through the crest of vertiginous waves, giant trevallies will leap into the air and catch birds. Sir David Attenborough will warn that the ocean is under threat from climate change, acidification, plastics and overfishing.
25/10/2017
Política The Times - Reino Unido Política Internacional Roger Boyes

Juncker is blind to the splintering of the EU

Complacent president has failed to notice that European solidarity is collapsing on his watch
23/10/2017
Argentina The Times - Reino Unido Política Louis Emanuel

Cristina Fernández de Kirchner beaten in Argentine mid-term senate race by President Macri ally

Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s hopes of returning to power in Argentina were dealt a blow last night as she was beaten into second place in her bid to claim a seat in the senate representing Buenos Aires
20/10/2017
Economía The Times - Reino Unido Economía Internacional

Trading Places

The government is considering Brexit on World Trade Organisation terms. This might strengthen our hand with Brussels but it would be a risky route.
19/10/2017
Política The Times - Reino Unido Política

Global Power

President Xi Jinping wants to usher in a new era of Chinese world leadership. The West should be wary of Beijing’s growing economic and political ambitions ‘Observe calmly, secure our position, cope with affairs calmly, hide our capacities and bide our time, be good at maintaining a low profile, and never claim leadership.” This précis of Chinese foreign policy, set out by President Deng in the 1990s, was consigned to history by President Xi at the Communist Party’s congress yesterday.
10/10/2017
Política The Times - Reino Unido Política Internacional Rachel Sylvester

May has become the hologram prime minister

october 10 2017, 12:01am - With little room for manoeuvre over her reshuffle, the PM is just a projection of the ambitions of different Tory tribes
09/10/2017
Política The Times - Reino Unido Política Internacional

Catalonia on the Brink

12:01am - The Spanish government must enter mediated dialogue with the separatists in Barcelona rather than just shake a fist at them
05/10/2017
Política The Times - Reino Unido Política Internacional

Borrowed Time

A leader’s conference speech should be an affirmation of purpose and authority. Theresa May projected little of either in Manchester
03/10/2017
Política The Times - Reino Unido Política Internacional Rachel Sylvester

May’s appeasement will just embolden Boris

The foreign secretary is exploiting a power vacuum brought about by the PM’s failure to provide leadership or vision At the start of his new novel.
02/10/2017
Argentina The Times - Reino Unido Mercosur Aaron Rogan

Beef concerns over trade deal

Leo Varadkar has said that the Irish beef industry must not be damaged by an EU free trade deal with Mercosur, the South American regional bloc.
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