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03/01/2019
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Associated Press

Pompeo discusses Venezuela response with Colombia, Brazil

BOGOTA, Colombia — U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is pledging to support allies in South America as they respond to the crisis in Venezuela.
03/01/2019
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional

Big elections are coming in 2019. Here’s how they could reshape foreign policy.

Elections are anticipated the world over in 2019, from India and Israel, Germany and Belgium, to Poland and Ukraine. Still, other countries face broader questions about their leaders’ ability to survive in office; France is racked by countrywide protests, the contentious Brexit deadline approaches for Britain and (if some commentators have it right) the United States may reckon with potential impeachment proceedings.
02/01/2019
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Eric Talmadge

4 ideas from NKorean leader Kim Jong Un’s New Year’s speech

TOKYO — Looking almost banker-like in a business suit and sitting in an upholstered leather armchair, Kim Jong Un gave his annual televised New Year’s address on Tuesday.
28/12/2018
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Elizabeth Drew

The Inevitability of Impeachment

Even Republicans may be deciding that the president has become too great a burden to their party or too great a danger to the country.
27/12/2018
Argentina The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Economía Anthony Faiola

An Italian car of a country, Argentina looks great but just doesn’t work

BUENOS AIRES — Like a grand dame fallen on hard times, Buenos Aires was dimmed by economic collapse. In between its Paris-like cafes and wrought-iron balconies stood the blight of boarded store fronts. On its great boulevards, scavengers sifted through dumpsters for anything they could resell.That was 2002, when I covered the debt default and currency devaluation that had devastated this nation. But it’s the fate of the Argentines to live in a vicious loop.
27/12/2018
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Philip Rucker

Trump visits U.S. troops in Iraq for first trip to a conflict zone

President Trump greeted U.S. troops on an unannounced trip Wednesday to Iraq, where he defended his decision to withdraw forces from neighboring Syria and declared that the Islamic State is “very nearly defeated” while making his first visit to a conflict zone as commander in chief.
27/12/2018
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Derechos Humanos Maria Sacchetti

After 2nd child dies in U.S. custody, Nielsen expands medical screenings, will head to border

The Border Patrol checkpoint outside Alamogordo, N.M., sits on the edge of a forbidding desert of white gypsum sands so remote that the Defense Department conducts missile testing in the area.
27/12/2018
Economía The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Económica Jeff Stein

As partial government shutdown heads into Day 6, the ‘cold reality’ sinks in

Congressional lawmakers see no clear end in sight to the nation’s partial government shutdown, as thousands of federal workers have been furloughed amid a deep divide over President Trump’s proposed border wall
26/12/2018
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Anthony Faiola

In Venezuela, Russia pockets key energy assets in exchange for cash bailouts

CARACAS — As allies go, Venezuela is a relatively cheap one for Russia. But the potential returns on Moscow’s investment there could be priceless.
26/12/2018
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Liz Sly

U.S. troop withdrawal from Syria is ‘a dream come true for the Iranians’

21/12 - 21:09 - One of the biggest winners of President Trump’s decision to withdraw troops from Syria will be Iran, which can now expand its reach across the Middle East with Washington’s already waning influence taking another hit.
21/12/2018
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Defensa Thomas J. Byrne

The U.S.-South Korea alliance can withstand the current diplomatic pressures

North Korea on Thursday renewed threats not to denuclearize until the United States eliminates its own nuclear capabilities in the region, even as the possibility looms of a historic first visit by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to South Korea, which would add to the dramatic advances in inter-Korean diplomacy over the past year. A question has taken on fresh urgency: Is the U.S.-South Korean alliance fraying?
18/12/2018
Economía The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Heather Long

Federal Reserve expected to hike interest rates Wednesday, a move Trump calls ‘foolish’ and ‘incredible’

President Trump on Monday urged the Federal Reserve not to raise interest rates. But Fed officials are widely expected to do so this week despite the president’s public effort to dissuade the U.S. central bank from putting any brakes on the economy.
12/12/2018
Argentina The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política

Ex-Argentina VP Boudou released from prison despite sentence

Former Argentine Vice President Amado Boudou was released from prison under bail Tuesday while he appeals a corruption conviction.
11/12/2018
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Medio Ambiente Griff Witte

That was awkward — at world’s biggest climate conference, U.S. promotes fossil fuels

President Trump’s top White House adviser on energy and climate stood before the crowd of some 200 people on Monday and tried to burnish the image of coal, the fossil fuel that powered the industrial revolution — and is now a major culprit behind the climate crisis world leaders are meeting here to address.
06/12/2018
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Económica

The Latest: China demands Canada release Huawei executive

BEIJING — The Latest on the arrest of an executive of Chinese telecoms equipment maker Huawei Technologies.
05/12/2018
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Kathryn Sikkink

Here’s what Erick Erickson gets wrong about dictators and migration

In a recent op-ed, the conservative writer Erik Erickson argued that the U.S. government should support the “next Pinochets” in order to create more stability in Latin America and stop the flow of refugees seeking access to the United States. The remark was instantly controversial because Augusto Pinochet was a Chilean dictator who committed massive human rights abuses.
04/12/2018
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Ariel Schalit

Israel launches operation to thwart Hezbollah border tunnels

The Israeli military launched an operation Tuesday to “expose and thwart” tunnels it says were built by the Hezbollah militant group that stretch from Lebanon into northern Israel.
03/12/2018
Argentina The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Organismos Internacionales Luis Andres Henao

A look at what happened at the G-20 summit in Argentina

Leaders of the world’s largest economic powers have agreed to overhaul the global body that regulates trade disputes, but they faced resistance from President Donald Trump over the Paris accord on climate change.
28/11/2018
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Zeke Miller

Kremlin says it still expects Putin-Trump summit to go ahead

Russia said on Wednesday it still expects a meeting between President Vladimir Putin and President Donald Trump to go ahead as planned.
28/11/2018
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Philip Rucker

‘I don’t like that aggression’: Trump threatens to cancel Putin meeting over clash with Ukraine

President Trump threatened Tuesday to cancel his scheduled meeting with Russian President Vladi­mir Putin at a global summit later this week because of Russia’s maritime clash with Ukraine, saying “I don’t like that aggression.”
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