Societies condone behaviors in some of their leaders that in other leaders would be condemned.
In October, Bill De Blasio, the mayor of New York City, will visit Buenos Aires with a political initiative that should be copied by every city participating in the Urban20 forum: to sue the oil companies for the damages caused by climate change.* Last Wednesday, the Big Apple sued Chevron Corp., BP, ConocoPhillips, [Read more]
While Trump continues with ... his anti-globalization tantrums, the nightmare that Henry Kissinger feared – a world revolving around China, Russia and Iran – is becoming more real every day.
Donald Trump's glowing public compliments, which surprised even Mauricio Macri himself, could have been a double-edged sword, given the host's peculiarities and the harsh criticism and blunders he generates within and outside of his country.
For this reason, the greatest success of the presidential tour was to have [Read more]
Argentina must keep away from possible confrontations between the United States, China and Russia, and maintain the best bilateral relations possible with each of these powers.
One person, acting alone, could be explained as someone taking personal initiative. Two people very close to Donald Trump and doing the same thing is harder to explain as a fluke. It smells perfectly deliberate and underscores the Democrats’ accusation about the defeat of Hillary Clinton: that the Republicans agreed [Read more]
Seriously, do we want Facebook to be the arbitrator for truth?
'Star Trek' shaped the world to champion a revolutionary idea ... that the present was not like the past and that the future could be different, better.
The resolute decision by the presidents of the United States and China to lead the global effort toward attenuating global warming caused by climate change is one of the decisive and successful measures of the Paris Agreement: to get the planet’s most polluting nations involved.
Last Saturday, Barack Obama and Xi [Read more]
He won’t change; neither will his supporters. But the rest of the voters still can.