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An Opaque World

Moises Naim

Moisés Naím / Global Observer

The best antidote to an opaque world is an independent media. The Kremlin-controlled media is an effective user of new options offered by an increasingly blurred world.

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Kleptocracy and Kakistocracy

Moises Naim

Moisés Naím / El País

Those in power now have much graver consequences due to globalization, technology, and the complexity of society. The kleptocracy and kakistocracy feed back on each other.

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Two Paradoxes

Moises Naim

Moisés Naím / El País

The world seems to be growing more paradoxical where democratic practices are becoming more popular among dictators. Democracy gives them something repression can’t - a modicum of legitimacy.

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Four American Tragedies

Moises Naim

Moisés Naím / El País

The US government is failing to protect its citizens from the predatory behavior of some corporations. Irresponsibly lax gun control, the opioid epidemic, pharmaceutical price gouging and the ravages of climate change are just four examples

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What Zapatero Knows

Moises Naim

Moisés Naím / El País

Venezuelans want to vote, but not in elections where traps and tricks will guarantee the continuity of this government

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Why We Need Political Parties

Moises Naim

Moisés Naím / New York Times

The world needs permanent organizations that earn political power and govern, that are forced to articulate disparate interests and viewpoints, that can recruit and develop future government leaders and that monitor those already in power.

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Putin's Latest Anti-American Intervention: Venezuela

Moises Naim

Andrew Weiss and Moisés Naím The Washington Post

For all its bellicose talk and new sanctions against Nicolás Maduro’s government, the Trump administration has been oddly silent about Russia’s role, perhaps preferring not to draw attention to the fact that Moscow is now the bankrupt nation’s lender of last resort.

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