Moisés Naím wrote a piece for El País about the disappearance of physical cash and how cryptocurrencies are challenging our notions of what money is. Alejandro Machado takes on these two complex issues and goes deeper into the discussion.
Leopoldo and New York Times journalist Wil Hylton arranged several interviews saying they were old classmates. They managed to do so right under SEBIN officials’ noses and the result is a two-part podcast where Leopoldo speaks his mind.
Like every mediocre enchufado before him, the new accomplice to the regime is brainless, unoriginal and unscrupulous. His only talent is his bolichico-ridden phonebook and that’s nice for them, they can share a cell down the road.
Colombian candidates used to run on platforms like their right to live peacefully. Now they campaigned debating on climate change and other normal topics of modern democracies. Yes, we are a little jealous.
Venezuelan economists Ricardo Hausmann and Quico Toro shared their views this week on how an eventual transition should go. One of them is wrong and it ain’t Hausmann, obviously, but our Executive Editor.
An open letter to Carabobo’s polemic, wannabe influencer/governor. If he got this far doing crazy stuff, how far could he go if he used his powers for good?
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