Archive | Otros Idiomas

07 October 2017 ~ 1 Comment

The King and the Catalans

By Carlos Alberto Montaner King Felipe VI of Spain addressed his compatriots visibly concerned. That’s not surprising. What’s in play is the future of Spain, such as we know it. In addition, according to some, the fate of the monarchy itself is at stake. Theoretically at least, the king’s implicit function is to keep the […]

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05 September 2017 ~ 2 Comments

Carlos Alberto Montaner: Para los aficionados del “socialismo del siglo XXI” no hay futuro en América Latina (Entrevista en ruso)

( Кризис в Венесуэле становится все более острым. Но одновременно в его воронку втягиваются и другие страны Латинской Америки. Большинство из них отвергают антидемократические действия президента Николаса Мадуро, однако на его стороне выступают государства с левыми лидерами. От противоборства между ними зависит политическое будущее континента. Об этом «Политком.RU» рассказал проживающий в США видный кубинский политолог, […]

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01 June 2017 ~ 0 Comments

Streaming (Hoy a las 7:00 pm) – Presentación del libro “Reflexiones sobre la Libertad” de José Azel

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02 April 2017 ~ 3 Comments

Maduro Continues to Be a Danger for Everyone

by Carlos Alberto Montaner Maduro changed course. The country’s Attorney General, Luisa Ortega Díaz, facilitated it on a silver platter. Surely it was prearranged. First, Nicolás Maduro eliminated any vestige of democracy in Venezuela. His hitmen in the Supreme Court of Justice took care of it by assuming all the duties of the National Assembly. […]

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22 March 2017 ~ 7 Comments

Open letter to President Donald Trump

By Manuel Castro Rodriguez U. S. President Donald Trump, I am a Cuban exile. The rest of my life I will be grateful to the United States for it has literally saved my life, because I am a human rights activist thatdenounce to the communist regime that continues to deny freedom to the Cuban people.

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11 March 2017 ~ 0 Comments

The Ecuadoreans are gambling with their freedom

By Carlos Alberto Montaner They are five: Cuba, Venezuela, Bolivia, Nicaragua and Ecuador. That’s the main nucleus of the 21st-Century Socialism countries. They have different economic structures and their governments manage the productive apparatus in diverse ways, but their rulers coincide on an essential aspect: they attained power so they could keep it permanently. Alternation […]

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25 February 2017 ~ 1 Comment

Rafael Correa and the populist syndrome

By Carlos Alberto Montaner On May 24, Rafael Correa will leave the presidency of Ecuador. Not long now. Don’t despair. I understand; the wait has been long and painful. He has spent a decade in power. On that day, whoever wins the April 2 runoff will take over government. If the opposition democrats remain united, […]

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20 February 2017 ~ 0 Comments

Palestine and the inevitability of two states

By Carlos Alberto Montaner President Donald Trump does well in backing Israel, but he shouldn’t dismiss the idea of the creation of a Palestinian state. Washington’s support has increased with each administration in the White House. That is morally just and politically convenient. After all, the Jewish state is the only existing democracy in that […]

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28 January 2017 ~ 0 Comments

Europe is terrified

By Carlos Alberto Montaner MADRID —  Europe is terrified by Donald Trump’s triumph. She fears the vision of the American friend, the primus inter pares. That fact has just been revealed by a macrosurvey by the French pollster Ipsos, which conducted it in 24 nations through interviews with 18,000 people. Ipsos is the largest European […]

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21 January 2017 ~ 0 Comments

Donald Trump in the White House

By Carlos Alberto Montaner Donald Trump stepped up, and not on the right foot. In the 20th and 21st centuries, no United States chief of state has taken over with less popular support. Only 40 percent of surveyed Americans say that they’re satisfied. The three latest presidents — Clinton, Bush and Obama — each exceeded […]

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