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Coordination to Confront the Crisis

February 12, 2009 // El Clarin - Argentina - Spanish

The fall of the great economies and the wave of layoffs show aggravation of the crisis, which requires international coordination. To the contraction of the European and American economies is added the forecast of a considerable contraction of the Chinese economy. Until just a short time ago the Asian giant was [Read more]

Barack Obama. Thirteen Days

February 12, 2009 // ArgenPress - Argentina - Spanish

These are not the days of the so-called October Crises, when the ex-USSR and the USA negotiated the removal of Soviet missiles in Cuba between the 16th and 28th of October, 1962. These new 13 days is the amount of time that the new U.S. government has taken office up until now, February 1st, when intensity moves to [Read more]

The “Bushification” of Obama

January 28, 2009 // La Nacion - Argentina - Spanish

It is not easy to have such a popular guy in the White House. It is very problematic that the chief of the American Empire might be seen internationally with so much sympathy and admiration. There are governments for which it is indispensable to have the United States as an enemy. And we all know people for whom [Read more]

Iraq: Permanent Extension

January 15, 2009 // Argenpress - Argentina - Spanish

Why would Bush and the ghostlike people in his government construct such a complex if they actually intend to remove their aggressive troops within two years.

Obama and Latin America

December 26, 2008 // La Nacion - Argentina - Spanish

The Cold War is over in a large part of the world and would be difficult to resume: Russia is a dissatisfied, but not a revisionist power, while China continues its global ascent as a moderate and pragmatic power. The only place where the Cold War persists is Latin America. The main challenge Barack Obama faces with [Read more]

Hunger in New York

December 9, 2008 // Argenpress - Argentina - Spanish

It will be difficult for those who believe in an American paradise to accept that the United States has a steadily increasing percentage of citizens without access to sufficient food. The Hunger Index shows that consumption dropped one percent last October in what was the largest fall since the recession in 2001. At [Read more]
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