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Valentina Iricibar
Writer

Coriolismo Columns

May 31, 2016

For US citizens, today is Memorial Day, following on from a weekend at the beginning of summer and a full day commemorating the men and women who have died while serving the country in the armed force...

May 17, 2016

 

AS PRESIDENT Dilma Rousseff stepped down last Wednesday for 180 days after the Brazilian Senate voted for an impeachment process to begin, international media exploded and the huge repercussions bega...

May 3, 2016

 

LAST WEEK, the reputation of Buenos Aires City as a hub of non-stop clubbing and nightlife was endangered on Friday, when City Judge Roberto Gallardo ruled that all commercial activity regarding live...

April 19, 2016

Warning: This column draws from Monty Python’s “Life of Brian.” Watching it beforehand is highly recommended, if only because it is an excellent film.

 

 

Last Monday, two senior politicians caused a sti...

March 13, 2016

Desde 1968, se ha festejado el día del amigo el 20 de julio en Argentina, Brasil y Uruguay. Este festejo informal que promueve el valor de la amistad tuvo sus orígenes en un contexto particular y serí...

March 3, 2016

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Coriolismo | kɒ.rɪ.ˈɒ.lizːməʊ | is the phenomenon by which the content of a news story is perceived in a different manner from the point of origin. The apparent...

July 20, 2015

Since 1968, Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay have celebrated “Friend’s Day” today. This informal festivity that promotes the value of friendship had its origins in a particular time and it would be inter...

June 14, 2015

42.37% of all statistics are made up, including this one. Every news story, video and blog post (guilty as charged) uses numbers to vamp their credibility and the onslaught can make your head spin. Ho...

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