I had the privilege of attending the launch party for Dragonback Estate late last month. While there’s really little that … Continue reading Owning a piece of Argentina’s Wine Country
File under public private partnership pandemonium: in case you missed it, the multi-billion dollar expansion of the Panama Canal has … Continue reading Rough Waters on the Panama Canal
I caught up with a friend from a U.S. consulate in Brazil this weekend, and as could be expected the … Continue reading Brazil’s Debt-to-Disney Ratio
Let me repeat, while the American government was shut down, bickering itself to the brink of calamity, old boring and … Continue reading While the American government was imploding, Canada signed a free-trade agreement with Europe
Sometimes I wonder what goes on at the UNGA, other than bad traffic jams on the East Side of Manhattan, … Continue reading Latin America and Asia – the real story is the TPP, not the UNGA
With Edward Snowden on the run and Mercosur countries stumbling over themselves to criticize U.S. spying and the European detainment … Continue reading What is MERCOSUR Really?
Is it an “up yours” to Brazil? A “take that” to China? A “please be my friend” gesture to the … Continue reading Pacific Alliance or Star Washington Consensus Students?