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05/09/2019
Argentina The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Economía David Flickling

Do Nations Survive Populist Demagogues? Ask Argentina

04/09 - 20:08 - Looking at the way major economies in recent years have managed to combine chaotic politics with decent growth, it’s tempting to wonder whether we’re all making too much fuss about the behavior of the people in power.
03/09/2019
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Robert Costa

Pence critical of Russia — days after Trump advocates inclusion at next G-7 summit

02/09 - 19:24 - Vice President Pence spoke out against Russia on Monday during his European trip, criticizing President Vladi­mir Putin’s government for election interference and pledging support for Poland as it seeks to bolster its military amid Russian aggression in the region.
02/09/2019
Economía The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional David J. Lynch

New tariffs on shoes, televisions, diapers and other Chinese-made products take effect Sunday

The casualty list from the U.S.-China trade war will include American consumers on Sunday when President Trump’s next round of tariffs on Chinese products takes effect, capping a month of contradictory policy announcements and second thoughts.
29/08/2019
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional

EU insists Iran nuclear deal must be part of any future pact

The European Union’s top diplomat said Thursday that the existing nuclear deal between Iran and world powers must not be sacrificed as part of any U.S. moves to forge a new security agreement with Tehran amid attempts to set up a meeting between President Donald Trump and his Iranian counterpart.
21/08/2019
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Medio Ambiente Marina Lopes

Bolsonaro’s Amazon-sized spat with Germany and Norway threatens Europe-South America trade deal

First, Brazil announced it would take foreign aid away from projects to protect the Amazon rainforest and give it instead to cattle and soybean farmers.
20/08/2019
Argentina The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Marcus Ashworth

100-Year Bonds Are a Dangerous Temptation

Two 100-year bonds for countries that start with the letter A. Other than that, there’s pretty much zilch in common between the century maturity debt issued by Austria and Argentina, as we’ve seen over the past few weeks
12/08/2019
Argentina The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Almudena Calatrava

Argentina’s Macri bashed as voters back predecessor’s ticket

Facing widespread discontent over austerity measures and low growth, Argentine President Mauricio Macri was snubbed by voters who appeared to hand a resounding primary victory to a ticket with his predecessor, Cristina Fernández.
05/08/2019
Economía The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Gerry Shih

Markets plunge after China lets currency fall to a decade low in payback against Trump’s tariffs

China mounted a counteroffensive Monday to new U.S. tariffs by allowing its tightly controlled currency to slide to an 11-year low, a move that could further provoke the ire of President Trump, who believes that Beijing unfairly suppresses the value of the renminbi to bolster Chinese exporters at the expense of the United States.
02/08/2019
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional John Hudson

U.S. preparing to withdraw thousands of troops from Afghanistan in initial deal with Taliban

The Trump administration is preparing to withdraw thousands of troops from Afghanistan in exchange for concessions from the Taliban, including a cease-fire and a renunciation of al-Qaeda, as part of an initial deal to end the nearly 18-year-old war, U.S. officials say.
02/08/2019
Economía The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Anna Fifield

China warns of retaliatory measures after Trump threatens new tariffs

Beijing on Friday sharply criticized President Trump’s decision to slap tariffs on everything that China exports to the United States, saying they were “not constructive” for reaching a trade deal and that Washington would have to “bear all the consequences” for its actions.
31/07/2019
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Maria Sacchetti

ACLU: U.S. has taken nearly 1,000 child migrants from their parents since judge ordered stop to border separations

Lawyers for the American Civil Liberties Union told a federal judge Tuesday that the Trump administration has taken nearly 1,000 migrant children from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border since the judge ordered the United States government to curtail the practice more than a year ago.
26/07/2019
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional

Brazilian court: Petrobras must supply fuel to Iranian ships

Brazil’s top court said Thursday that state oil company Petrobras must supply fuel to two Iranian vessels that have been stranded off the coast of Parana state since early June.
26/07/2019
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Politica Latinoamericana Arelis R. Hernández

After Puerto Rico’s governor announces resignation, his successor comes under scrutiny

Mildred Breton joined the thousands of Puerto Ricans in the streets of San Juan on Thursday reveling in a triumphant two weeks of peaceful protest that culminated with the ouster of their embattled governor.
23/07/2019
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Harold Clarke

What do British voters think of their new prime minister?

The British Conservative Party has just announced that its new leader is Boris Johnson. As leader of the governing party, Johnson automatically becomes prime minister.
16/07/2019
Argentina The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Federico Finchelstein

How anti-Semitism corrupts democracy

Argentina’s refusal to face its anti-Semitic past continues to damage the nation
10/07/2019
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Derechos Humanos

Italy court sentences 24 people to life for Operation Condor

A court in Italy sentenced 24 people to life in prison for their involvement in human rights crimes committed during the “Operation Condor” offensive by South American governments to hunt down dissidents within the region and beyond, the Uruguayan government said Monday.
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