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Jorge Guajardo
Mexican in Washington. China, Mexico, tech, books. Pinned Tweets are for Twitter book club. I insert typos on purpose. They’re my signature.
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Jon Lee Anderson 29m
Very concerned about the arrests this evening - reportedly conducted with violence by State Security agents — of the Cuban hunger strikers at the del Movimiento San Isidro In Havana, Cuba. Among those arrested is a friend, the gifted writer, Carlos Manuel Alvarez.
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Jorge Guajardo 5h
Happy Thanksgiving! Peter Gabriel - Solsbury Hill (Live DNA)
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Jorge Guajardo 11h
Trump launched his campaign in 2016 claiming Mexicans were bringing disease, and finished his presidency with his officials restricted in developing countries because they were actually bringing disease.
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Jorge Guajardo Nov 25
👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
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Verónica Calderón 😷 Nov 25
tuvo muerte cerebral el domingo. Y la decisión fue desconectarlo. ¿Por qué la confusión? Murió sin testamento, y deja una esposa de 21 años e hijos en guerra abierta. Quien tenga el certificado de defunción es quien puede reclamar cuentas bancarias o propiedades.
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Jorge Guajardo Nov 25
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Jorge Guajardo Nov 25
I haven’t seen this reported in US media, but Spanish language media reports Kushner telling people he’ll be moving to Israel after January 20th. The good ‘ole, “to pursue business opportunities”.
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Jorge Guajardo Nov 25
Strong editorial by ⁦⁩ on China, the new Biden Administration, and China’s threat to the liberal world order. Worth reading, and subscribing to his newsletter.
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Karim Sadjadpour Nov 25
Happy that Kylie Moore-Gilbert's nightmare will soon be over. US citizens held hostage in Iran should be next. Among the many paradoxes of modern Iran is a society that is famous for its hospitality to foreigners, and a regime which views them as potential assets to be traded.
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Jorge Guajardo Nov 25
Replying to @miblogestublog
Nueva York es otro mundo.
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Jorge Guajardo Nov 25
Porcentaje de personas en Washington preocupadas por la falta de felicitación de López Obrador a Biden—cero. Nunca había sido tan irrelevante México en el exterior como lo ha convertido AMLO.
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Jorge Guajardo Nov 25
If Trumpism had a guiding principle—and this is a big “if”—this would be it. The author puts forward some good arguments for the fake meritocracy of credentialism, how it discriminates many, and seeks to provide that ever-elusive excuse for voting for an openly racist person.
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Jorge Guajardo Nov 25
Replying to @fedecast @prchovanec
Siempre de acuerdo con .
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Michele Travierso Nov 25
His fluidity of movement was just unbelievable.
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Jorge Guajardo Nov 25
“The default embrace of nationalism....The disregard for institutional norms. The...bottomless appetite for cultural conflict. Now there is another cornerstone of that identity: The subversion of our basic democratic process.
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Jorge Guajardo Nov 25
Replying to @gadyepstein
First time I went to Argentina was for the 1978 World Cup. I was 8 years old and remember having to walk all the way from the stadium to the hotel after Argentina won the final, as it was impossible to move in traffic. Wonderful memories.
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Jorge Guajardo Nov 25
Every journalist in Washington must be appreciating how the foreign policy team was unveiled on a Monday and a lid is put for further nominees until after Thanksgiving.
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Jorge Guajardo Nov 25
With a very much unexpected Mexican angle.
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Jorge Guajardo Nov 25
Replying to @gadyepstein
Wait! You’re the son of an Argentinian? All of a sudden things start making sense. 🤔
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Jorge Guajardo Nov 25
Somehow I had forgotten that Janet Yellen is married to George Akerloff, which is probably the biggest difference in terms of spouses between Trump and Biden Admin, and that’s no small thing, as the competition in this category is fierce.
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