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Uber and Cabify: Better Analysis for Better Regulation

March 24, 2018 // El País - Spain - Spanish

If the U.S. experience is of any use to us, it’s to demonstrate that denying the negative impact of ride-hailing companies means falling into the trap of technological optimism, but banning them without taking advantage of the opportunities they offer would be to limit ourselves to what we already have, for fear of having a better future.

Weapons that Will Guarantee Peace

March 8, 2018 // Izvestia - Russia - Russian

The address to the Federal Assembly was also an address to the West, a warning but also an appeal to return to dialogue on an equal footing, if not on economic issues, then at least on military issues.

And You – What Race Are You?

March 5, 2018 // El Mundo - Spain - Spanish

In Spain, we would probably be gobsmacked if the bank asked such a question when applying for a loan. In the United States, not only is it normal, it is recommended. The goal is to prevent discrimination. If somebody is able to prove that they have not been sold a house or given credit due to the color of their skin, [Read more]

Citizen Trump

February 20, 2018 // Diario 16 - Spain

Another characteristic of Donald Trump's pervasive failure to lead is his stubborn insistence on acting like a private citizen and not like a president.

Rule of Law – Who Needs It?

February 9, 2018 // Zeit Online - Germany - German

In the White House and in Congress, principles have been jettisoned and the nightmare scenario of the past is threatening to become today's reality.
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