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07/01/2005 | La economía rusa vivirá un año de la liberalización absoluta
Dmitri Kosyrev | RIA Novosti
De entre un sinnúmero de cifras que caracterizan los resultados del desarrollo económico de Rusia en el año saliente y las expectativas del año entrante, llamó la atención del autor de estas líneas la siguiente: 30%. Precisamente en tal proporción las autoridades recomiendan aumentar la retribución del trabajo de los ocupados en los sectores presupuestados de la economía nacional. ...
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05/01/2005 | Las Pensiones: Una Bomba de Relojería
Lorenzo Bernaldo de Quirós | El Cato
La privatización parcial del sistema de pensiones planteada por la Administración Bush ha generado una viva polémica en Estados Unidos y en la opinión pública internacional. La razón es que la cobertura pública del retiro está en crisis en todas partes. ...
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05/01/2005 | Oportunidades y desafíos para Chile de la apertura económica en China - PDF
Sebastián Claro | CEP
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05/01/2005 | Las Pensiones: Una Bomba de Relojería
Lorenzo Bernaldo de Quirós | El Cato
La privatización parcial del sistema de pensiones planteada por la Administración Bush ha generado una viva polémica en Estados Unidos y en la opinión pública internacional. La razón es que la cobertura pública del retiro está en crisis en todas partes. ...
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05/01/2005 | Oportunidades y desafíos para Chile de la apertura económica en China - PDF
Sebastián Claro | CEP
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04/01/2005 | Kerry speaks: what went wrong
De Nuestra Redacción | Offnews.info
In an exclusive interview about his presidential campaign and his life now, Sen. John Kerry tells Newsweek, "I'm not going to lick my wounds or hide under a rock or disappear. I'm going to learn. I've had disappointments and I've learned to cope. I've lost friends, a marriage: I've lost things in life." ...
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04/01/2005 | A U.S. role in Central Asia
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen | Washington Times
When terror struck the United States on September 11, the United States responded with a foreign-policy revolution of a magnitude not seen since the foundations of the Cold War were laid more than a half-century before. The new U.S. approach would be focused on the central tenet that freedom and democracy are antidotes to terrorism and, in the long-term, the expansion of liberty throughout the world provides for peace, stability and security. ...
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04/01/2005 | Kerry speaks: what went wrong
De Nuestra Redacción | Offnews.info
In an exclusive interview about his presidential campaign and his life now, Sen. John Kerry tells Newsweek, "I'm not going to lick my wounds or hide under a rock or disappear. I'm going to learn. I've had disappointments and I've learned to cope. I've lost friends, a marriage: I've lost things in life." ...
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04/01/2005 | A U.S. role in Central Asia
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen | Washington Times
When terror struck the United States on September 11, the United States responded with a foreign-policy revolution of a magnitude not seen since the foundations of the Cold War were laid more than a half-century before. The new U.S. approach would be focused on the central tenet that freedom and democracy are antidotes to terrorism and, in the long-term, the expansion of liberty throughout the world provides for peace, stability and security. ...
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03/01/2005 | Grand Strategy in the Second Term
John Lewis Gaddis | Foreign Affairs
Foreign Affairs, January/February 2005

Summary: In his first four years, George W. Bush presided over the most sweeping redesign of U.S. strategy since the days of F.D.R. Over the next four, his basic direction should remain the same: restoring security in a more dangerous world. Some midcourse corrections, however, are overdue. Washington should remember the art of speaking softly and the need for international legitimacy.

John Lewis Gaddis is Robert A. Lovett Professor of History at Yale. ...
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