Moisés Naím / El País
The Secretary General of the Organization of American States likes to go against the grain. Born into a peasant family in Uruguay, Luis Almagro grew up to be a rather undiplomatic diplomat. The nemesis of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, he’s also a vegetarian, a sportsman, and he’s become a leftist politician whose defense of democracy has made him a pariah with the apologists of South America’s authoritarian regimes
Americas Quaterly / Rachelle Krygier
Economist and TV host Moisés Naím on his new show, the dangers of "anti-politics," and separating fact from fiction in Venezuela.
Financial Times / Andres Schipani
‘El Comandante’ aired across Latin America but blocked in late leader’s own country
Daily Sabah / 01.29.2017
The Venezuelan revolution will now be televised. The life of Hugo Chavez, who mesmerized Venezuela's impoverished masses before dying of cancer in 2013, is being dramatized in a Spanish-language TV series that is generating a backlash even before it airs.
Hub Culture Davos / 01.20.2017
Moisés Naím speaks to Edie Lush about cyber war and a cyber Pearl Harbor
Opinions at GDI / Gottlieb Duttweiler Institute / 1.19.2017
Reports of an imminent demise of democracy are wildly exaggerated, assures Moisés Naím, Fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Moises Naim / Huffington Post / 07.18.2016
Worries over new technologies destroying jobs have become chronic — and up to this point, unfounded