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Moisés Naím
Distinguished Fellow, Carnegie Endowment. Syndicated columnist. Author: The End of Power; illicit and more. Host: Efecto Naim
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Moisés Naím 14h
Trump Named Person of the Year by Popular Sociopath Magazine
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Latin America’s Other Election: The Next IDB President via
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The Spectator Index 18h
Most powerful countries, 2019. 1. US 2. Russia 3. China 4. Germany 5. UK 6. France 7. Japan 8. Israel 9. Saudi 10. S Korea 11. UAE 12. Canada 13. Iran 14. Switzerland 15. Australia 16. Turkey 17. India 18. Italy 19. Iraq 20. Singapore (US News and World Report)
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Maggie Haberman 22h
Asperger’s is difficult for teenagers through under any circumstance. Being mocked by the president of the US - whose allies get very angry about what gets said about some children - is its own category
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Opinión | Economic inequality: What’s new?; Moisés Naím via
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Moisés Naím Dec 11
About half of French and Spanish companies say that in their country “corruption is very widespread”. Via European Comission ( ht )
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james gibney Dec 11
In Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa — democracies that are also sub-Saharan Africa’s three biggest economies — the share of respondents who regard China as their country’s most reliable ally is about as high as those who choose the U.S. via
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Max Roser Dec 10
Back in 1990 income inequality – both, pre-tax and after redistribution – was not that different in the US and in Europe. Since then inequality in Europe remained unchanged while it increased steeply in the US. From the new UNDP Human Development Report
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Moisés Naím Dec 11
Para quienes esten en Washington, DC. mañana a las 7 pm: el gran César Miguel Rondón y yo vamos a conversar sobre "Dos Espías en Caracas". Hay que inscribirse aqui:
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Moisés Naím Dec 11
In 2018 Spain had the lowest number of newborns in two decades. And in the first six months of 2019, new babies were at their lowest since 1941.
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Moisés Naím Dec 11
Racism at work... Listen to the audio clips in this article. Looking forward to ⁦reading ⁦⁩ apologies and explanations via ⁦
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The Spectator Index Dec 10
Market value. Apple: $1190 billion Microsoft: $1150 billion Alphabet: $926 billion Amazon: $862 billion Facebook: $572 billion Berkshire Hathaway: $541 billion Exxon Mobil: $292 billion Chevron: $222 billion Saudi Aramco: $1880 billion
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Shawn Donnan Dec 10
Remember those steel tariffs on Brazil and Argentina that Trump tweeted about a week ago? Kudlow today says there actually hasn't been a decision to go ahead with them yet...
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Moisés Naím Dec 10
The great Paul Volker speaking to bankers immediately after the 2009 crash “Wake up gentleman, your response is inadequate. I can’t think of any socially valuable financial innovation since the ATM machine" He was one of a kind and will be missed. RIP (ht )
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Nate Silver Dec 7
Money spent on ads so far: Steyer: $47M Bloomberg: $39M (in two weeks!!!)) All other Democrats combined: $15M
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Moisés Naím Dec 10
Interesting frienships...
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FBI Dec 9
FBI Director Christopher Wray's Response to Inspector General Report
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Moisés Naím Dec 10
France collects over 40% of its GDP in taxes. Via
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Andrew S. Weiss Dec 10
"I don't know what happened to him." Video of Putin explaining that the Georgian murdered in a Berlin park in August was a major terrorist wanted in Russia (i.e., a legitimate target)
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David Frum Dec 9
If there's a lesson here, it's: If you don't want your campaign to come under incidental third-party surveillance, don't choose one of the world's most notorious criminals as your campaign chair
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