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Pedro Morazán

Doctor en Economía e investigador del Instituto SUEDWIND (Alemania). Fue investigador jefe del Depto. de Políticas de Desarrollo de dicho instituto y representante de Alemania ante la red europea no estatal para el desarrollo CONCORD.

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Are Latin American exports to the European Union in danger?

The EU approved a proposal for the Directive on Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence, which aims to ensure that European companies take measures to respect human rights and mitigate environmental impacts within their operations. How could this affect the region?

Entrepreneurial State versus Libertarianism in Latin America

Javier Milei's speech at the World Economic Forum seemed a somewhat caricatured synthesis of the intellectual impoverishment of contemporary libertarianism. It would not be worth the lines of this commentary if it were not for this ideology's dangers to the modern democratic order.

COP28 and the defeat of “denialist realism”

For the first time, the World Climate Conference, which brings together almost 200 countries, agrees to put an end to fossil fuels.

COP28 and the challenges facing Latin America

The synthesis report of the technical phase has managed to summarize everything in 17 key messages. To be frank, it offers an unflattering picture of the results obtained to date.