Category Archive: Politica y Sociedad

‘Chernobyl moment’ or Chinese ascendancy?

While some see the US emerging stronger in the pandemic’s aftermath, others see Asia rising in its wake. If a single English-language media outlet failed to use the phrase “Chernobyl moment” to describe… Continue reading

Covid-19 era esta ¿la pandemia que esperaba la OMS? Seamos positivos frente a la confusión

En septiembre de 2019 publicamos una nota de la OMS que hablaba de uma pandemia similar a la gripe que podría matar 80 millones de personas en sólo 36hs (Leer aquí la nota… Continue reading

Invest in Rwanda, A Country With Unconventional Vision And Leadership

Since the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Rwanda has risen from $752million to $9.5 billion in 2018, and the GDP per capita has grown from $125.5 to $787… Continue reading

La receta de Finlandia para resolver el problema de las personas sin hogar

Los gobiernos de toda Europa están luchando para hacer frente al aumento del número de personas sin hogar… excepto uno. Los expertos dicen que Finlandia casi ha resuelto el problema de las personas… Continue reading

Iran opting for ‘total war’ against United States

An asymmetrical war: Tehran will settle for nothing less than American withdrawal from the region he quintessence of President Donald Trump’s first remarks on the assassination of Iranian commander Qasem Soleimani lies in… Continue reading

Two Years On, Tax Cuts Continue Boosting the United States Economy

December 22 marks 2 years since President Donald J. Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). TCJA’s pro-growth reforms of individual and corporate taxes were the largest tax cut in United… Continue reading

African megacities adapt to a climate crisis

Africa’s cities are booming. But they will be hit hardest by climate change. In interviews with 30 urban Africans, including informal waste pickers and UN climate scientists, DW looks at how four big… Continue reading

España: sin los bares no hay vida

Los pueblos pequeños de toda España luchan para mantener estos locales de ocio, que ejercen como único centro social en el que se reúnen los vecinos. Hubo unos meses en los que el… Continue reading

Germany needs immigrants to stay competitive

Economist Herbert Brücker says Germany depends on immigrants. By 2060, the country will need these migrants to stay competitive — and he believes they will contribute to a more diverse and successful society.… Continue reading