Una semana barata en Santiago de Chile podría costar dos millones de pesos sin salir a cenar pero incluido el autobús desde Mendoza y eso será el salario de tres meses para cualquiera que todavía tenga trabajo
No busques nada más. El singular modelo anarco-capitalista libertario de Javi no permite lujos como son la religión, el arte o incluso el tiempo libre. Olvídate de la mitigación del cambio climático, de salvar la biodiversidad o incluso de los parques nacionales. Hay que ser realistas. Milei lo dijo de forma muy sencilla en su discurso desde el palacio presidencial: “¡No hay plata!”
Other News recently announced the first results of a novel news partnership they just launched jointly with the US-based publication TheAnalysis.News — an online magazine aiming “to carry on the work of independent, in-depth, uncompromising journalism”. Roberto Savio, founder and […]
An interview with me as part of a set called “Why Here?” I.e. why have you relocated to Buenos Aires? It is from a few years back, but later aired on TV and now on YouTube
[The ICSID) is] Obscure, that is, outside of Latin America (where the ICSID is referred to as the CIADI for it’s initials in Spanish). While mention of the ICSID in London or New York will likely elicit confused stares, in La Paz or Buenos Aires CIADI could well provoke a string of expletives.
Americas Program Special ReportClimate Change Cause and Effect, An Americas PerspectiveTony Phillips | December 20, 2007 Americas Program, Center for International Policy (CIP)(formerly) americas.irc-online.org “We, the human race, have substantially altered the earth’s atmosphere. In 2005, the concentration of carbon […]
In Latin America, oil and water don?t mix. Or do they?
Latin American neighbors, Argentina and Bolivia have recently undertaken a re-nationalizing of their natural resources each their own way and for different reasons. This article compares the public-private struggles for oil and water resources in Argentina and in Bolivia.
Trust seems like an old fashioned word these days but when it comes to government and economy a working level of trust is essential. Not everyone can be an economist or the overseer of operations on an international gas pipeline. […]
The drive from Paraguay to Rio de Janeiro was a long one. I crossed the chaotic border at the notorious smuggling town of Ciudad de Este to Foz do Iguacu. This put me on the Brazilian side of the triple […]
Even now as I sleep in Cusco, Peru, 3,300Metres into the Peruvian Andes, my dreams are filled with desperate attempts to traverse perilous roads. This phase of our journey finished here just days ago on October 20th, 2004; it began […]