Fernando Balseca: Centennial Saramago | Columnists | Opinion

Fernando Balseca Centennial Saramago Columnists Opinion

The thought and writing of the Portuguese writer José Saramago (1922-2010) is so universal that it can be affirmed that, at this precise moment, he is speaking to us, since his literary work has an incredible capacity to investigate the human being and its contradictions. His narrative art always presents paradoxical situations that force readers … Read more

Peru – Ecuador; I prefer football well played, not simulation | Columnists | sports

Peru Ecuador I prefer football well played not simulation

Some friends have told me many times: “you are deluded, you have to accept that today’s football is not the same as the one you saw as a child. Today what matters is the result, not the way you achieve it”. They want me to become pragmatic, realistic, practical. Some think that today he would … Read more

Miguel Molina Díaz: The secret forms of time | Columnists | Opinion

Miguel Molina Diaz The secret forms of time Columnists

January 23, 2022 – 00h01 It is an attribute of literature, from its origins, to dig into the swampy territories of power. Diego Araujo Sánchez lucidly takes up the tradition of the books that narrate the political cataclysms of history with The secret ways of time (Rayuela Editores, 2021), his second novel. He has written … Read more

Raúl Hidalgo Zambrano: Will there be replay action? | Columnists | Opinion

Raul Hidalgo Zambrano Will there be replay action Columnists

January 11, 2022 – 00h01 Totalitarianism has the following elements: a single political ideology, whose strategy is propaganda for mass indoctrination, using its own language; a single political party, with unconditional supporters, structured to control the powers of a state, all human activities and, above all, the media and freedom of expression; and, most importantly, … Read more

Germán G. Creamer: Effects of the monetary contraction in the US | Columnists | Opinion

German G Creamer Effects of the monetary contraction in the

January 10, 2022 – 00h01 The United States Central Bank (Fed) has decided to increase interest rates at a higher rate than expected and simultaneously reduce its portfolio of almost $ 9 trillion of bonds and other financial assets, which has more than doubled since the beginning of the 2020. It is expected that in … Read more

Juan Morales Ordóñez: The hopeless truth | Columnists | Opinion

Juan Morales Ordonez The hopeless truth Columnists Opinion

December 23, 2021 – 00h03 “The hopeless truth is not born in the face of stubborn adversity or in the exhaustion of an unequal struggle. It comes from the fact that we no longer know our reasons for fighting or, precisely, if we should fight ”. This quote from Albert Camus, a French philosopher and … Read more

Ricardo Vasconcellos Rosado: Renato Paiva’s verbal spitting does not reach Emelec | Columnists | sports

Ricardo Vasconcellos Rosado Renato Paivas verbal spitting does not reach

November 27, 2021 – 6:00 p.m. The attitudes, gestures and postures before certain facts and the language that we use are the portrait of our personality, of our ethical values ​​and of the education that we receive at home and outside of it. The use of insult as a way to disagree and the tendency … Read more

Leonardo Valencia: Silent Flash Novel | Columnists | Opinion

Leonardo Valencia Silent Flash Novel Columnists Opinion

November 2, 2021 – 00h01 When Kazuo Ishiguro received the Nobel Prize in 2017 there was no scandal. He was not a novelist unknown to the majority, as has happened with Olga Tokarczuk or Abdulrazak Gurnah – an award that is appreciated as an invitation to discoveries. Still, Ishiguro’s recognition drew attention. Nobody foresaw it: … Read more