Javier Marías, the constant godson of Shakespeare

El premio Nobel Adolfo Perez Esquivel muestra sus pinturas

Javier Marías (Madrid, 1951-2022), fascinated by William Shakespeare, was basically a character from Shakespeare. He was brilliant, sophisticated, obsessive, with a world of his own, somewhere between dismissive and arrogant, intelligent and, sometimes, with masked subtlety or stark nonchalance, vindictive. And at the same time, with all that psychological baggage, he was one of the … Read more

Consequences of the constant blindness of some economists? Economic crises and debacles

NBA – The 2 priority players that the Nets want

Dr. Franco Lotito C. – Academic, writer and researcher (PUC-UACh) – www.aurigaservicios.cl Already in 2009 –on September 6, 2009, to be very precise–, the Nobel Prize in Economics, Paul Krugman, accused the economists of his country of “complete blindness” in an article published in The New York Times, for having been incapable of correctly interpreting … Read more

Catharsis of businessmen via WhatsApp: unease and anger at the constant advance of tax pressure

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The last stretch of the year found businessmen and women intertwining greetings from the weekend with messages loaded with pessimism. The trigger for the business malaise can be summarized in that they admit with dismay that the first concrete consequence of the political scene that emerged from December 10 until now aimed, in different ways, … Read more

RSF: ‘It is a constant to say that crimes against journalists are not punished’

RSF It is a constant to say that crimes against

First modification: 11/02/2021 – 15:14 In the framework of the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists, this November 2, RFI spoke with Christophe Deloire, Secretary General of Reporters Without Borders (RSF). Interview by Frédéric Rivière. RFI: Between 2006 and 2020, more than 1,200 journalists were murdered worldwide, and nearly nine out of … Read more