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(The Global Americans ) The regional and international condemnation of the Venezuelan autocracy is a step in the right direction. However, to be transparent, this co >>
Gabriel C. Salvia

(The Global Americans) It would be relevant to know the expectations of the High Representative of the European Union in the dialogue on human rights with Cuba. >>
Gabriel C. Salvia

From this year forward, the Argentine capital will be a pioneer city in Latin America as it commemorates the victims of totalitarianism every 23rd of August. Someone >>
Gabriel C. Salvia

(Latin America Goes Global) Unlike their Latin American counterparts, Cubans face unique challenges traveling and emigrating within Latin America. And that doesn’t i >>
Sybil Rhodes

(Latin America Goes Global) The Cuban government is practicing abroad what it is strictly forbidden within its own borders, infringing the political reciprocity prin >>
Gabriel C. Salvia

(Latin America Goes Global) If Argentina were to help foment a global trend in xenophobia it would be worrisome, and surprising. The country has one of the most open >>
Sybil Rhodes

(Perfil/Buenos Aires, Argentina) The message I heard in Montreal was dire, both for the liberal values Cadal embodies and for the ability of think tanks and other ci >>
Sybil Rhodes

The perception that China rewards loyalty is wrong. Not only is it doubtful that kowtowing to China will bring short-term benefits but, on the contrary, it is rather >>
Juan Pablo Cardenal

(Latin America Goes Global) Recently, a third of the members of the UN Human Rights Council were renewed with China, the biggest dictatorship in the world, accumulat >>
Gabriel C. Salvia

(El PaĂ­s/Spain) If RaĂşl Castro truly wants Obama to have a bigger support in Congress to lift the embargo, he has to provide a gesture on his part which could includ >>
Gabriel C. Salvia

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Gabriel C. Salvia y Manuel Cuesta MorĂşa

The Council has 47 member states, regionally elected by a majority of the UN countries. For the election of the members of the UN Human Rights Council, the contribut >>
Gabriel C. Salvia

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Adrián Lucardi, Gabriel C. Salvia y María Delia Porta

The ranking published by CADAL deals with three matters of paramount importance in today’s world: democracy, markets and transparency. They are closely linked to the >>
Darryl John Dunn

The UPR of Syria revealed an evident split in the region. On the one hand, Venezuela, Cuba and Ecuador are the leading countries that support authoritarian practices >>
Gabriel C. Salvia y MarĂ­a Rosario Savini

While the developed countries struggle with serious debt crises (as in the case of Europe), stagnation (like Japan), or listless recuperation (the United States), th >>
RaĂşl Ferro

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Florencia de la Cruz

The recent support of the self-defined “progressive” sectors of the Argentine legislature for the nationalization of the majority share of YPF shows they are no long >>
Gabriel C. Salvia

International customs, Buenos Aires airport, Argentina, noon, october 27. I turn on my cell phone and the message "Kirchner dead" appears. It takes me a while to ful >>
RaĂşl Ferro

It is paradoxical that Argentina, being a country with an economic history in which these events have been repeated ad nauseam and with awful results, still insists >>
RaĂşl Ferro

Furthermore, on the eve of legislative elections in one year, those affected by the kirchnerist proposal could vote massively for opposition candidates in October 20 >>
Gabriel C. Salvia

It finally happened. The moment has come to start shivering. The economic debacle that departing from Wall Street affected the whole world has become so intensive th >>
RaĂşl Ferro

The major impact of peronism was always registered in the field of politics, as a heritage of the great capacity demonstrated by its founder in this area. But as als >>
Eduardo Viola y HĂ©ctor Ricardo Leis

The golden sector of the Argentine administration (Sergio Massa-MartĂ­n Redrado) finally decided to pay the debt to the Club of Paris. Cristina was applauded by the i >>
Pablo DĂ­az de Brito

In the midst of the storm, emerging countries –and Latin America in particular- are facing a novel challenge: the strong appreciation of their currencies against the >>
RaĂşl Ferro

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Ricardo López Göttig

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Gabriel C. Salvia y Hans Blomeier

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Ricardo López Göttig

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Gabriel C. Salvia y Hans Blomeier