Against Trump, by Jorge Volpi

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When Trump came to power, the foundations of the West were shaken in the face of what seemed like the impending cataclysm. Some countries like Mexico felt the epicenter of the world earthquake, and the intellectuals of the Central American country soon demonstrated against the new figure of the president of the United States. One of those …

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The Basque story, by Mikel Azumerdi

The creative side was intensely manifested during the hard years of ETA's terrorism. Creators from all walks of life turned their concerns into books and movies, but also into music and art. In fact, with the passage of time, cultural intervention can be considered as a necessary task for the ...

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The Fatigue of Love, by Alain de Botton

What if a lot of couples therapy, huge doses of assertiveness, tons of patience and a little common sense ... That is what is always transmitted to us when planning a relationship as a couple. But almost everyone, the smartest 😛, we know perfectly well that reality goes ...

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In the background to the left, by Jesús Maraña

Trying to explain what has been happening with the PSOE is not an easy task. The breakdown of the bipartisanship has atomized the vote, dispersing to a greater extent in the left zone of the voters. Faced with a right wing invaded by corruption, the emblematic Spanish labor party was unable to regain the ...

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The Triumph of Information, by César Hidalgo

The economy is an impossible balance between resources, markets and needs. Developed countries play trileros with these three variables. The global economy adds other variables to the game that are much more intermingled. Parallel to the global market, social networks establish a new playing field in which only ...

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The Volkswagen scandal, by Jack Ewing

The Volkswagen scandal emerged as one of the great corporate frauds of recent times. However, the year after it became known about the manipulation of its engine software to falsify its information on emissions, the brand increased its sales. It seems as if the negative publicity has turned into ...

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Even the truth, by Joaquín Sabina

When the last album by Joaquín Sabina came out: I deny everything, lovers of his particular style, his undeniable lyrical gift, as well as his composer genius, we were quickly captivated by that musical and manifestly personal confession. Lyrics that sound like goodbye with an acid touch of mockery, like this ...

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In the dark, by Antonio Pampliega

The profession of a reporter carries high risks. Antonio Pampliega knew it first-hand during the almost 300 days he was held captive, kidnapped by Al Qaeda during the Syrian war in July 2015. In this book In the Dark, the first-person account is shocking, agonizing. Antonio ...

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Hooligan by Philipp Winkler

The hooligan phenomenon has a much deeper social significance than it seems. In a society where group identity is completely blurred in favor of brutal individualism, the spaces to generate that necessary sense of belonging are reduced, in the most disadvantaged neighborhoods, to disoriented gangs or ...

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