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One year from primary elections, the future of Argentina is torn between economic stagnation, the debate over the decriminalization of abortion, and the corruption o
Gabriel C. Salvia

In the specific case of Cuba, the report questions the fact that artistic freedom on the island is subject to the aims of the Revolution and everything that is not f >>
Diana Arévalo

The institutionalization of the “revolution” has left Cuba with an electoral bureaucracy that suffocates popular sovereignty, allowing it’s citizens no room for free >>
Leandro Querido

(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

(Perfil) Legislators can submit draft declarations condemning humanrights violations in dictatorial countries and ask for declarations from theirrespective governmen >>
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 País/Spain) If Raúl 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 and Manuel Cuesta Morúa

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 and 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 and María 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 >>
Raúl 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 >>
Raúl 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 >>
Raúl 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 >>
Raúl 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 and Héctor Ricardo Leis

The golden sector of the Argentine administration (Sergio Massa-Martín Redrado) finally decided to pay the debt to the Club of Paris. Cristina was applauded by the i >>
Pablo Díaz 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 >>
Raúl Ferro

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Ricardo López Göttig

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Gabriel C. Salvia and Hans Blomeier

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Ricardo López Göttig

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Gabriel C. Salvia and Hans Blomeier