Bob Row’s world news & caricatures
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Juan Carlos & Felipe, kings of Spain

June 27, 2014



Change of kings in Spain. Juan Carlos later years were overrided by corruption scandals and popular discredit because of a picture of him besides a hunted elephant.

One hundred years of Sound and Fury

June 21, 2014



Two illustrations about the 100th anniversary of the First World War. The causes And the consequences

Snowden, from villain to heroe?

January 3, 2014



The New York Times  (in an Editorial column, no less) says Edward Snowden “has done his country a great service”. The so-called father of the WWW, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, also praises Mr. Snowden’s whistleblowing “has become an important part of the effort to protect the Internet and his concept of the open Web.”

Chile: inequality is the name of the game

November 17, 2013



Today the Chileans are called to elect a new president and the odds are overwhelming in favor of Michelle Bachelet to regain the post over the rightist candidate, Evelyn Matthei. But this doesn’t mean there’s an easy task for her to comply. There are a lot of reforms her people claims for. Inequality in the […]

Spy vs Spy

November 14, 2013



The Snowden case picked up last month around the “outrageous” scandal of NSA’s wiretapping of friends and allies. As Nancy Becar of AP points out, there’s not a sacred ground to the intelligence business.  Not even between best friends, as Niccolo Machiavelli made it clear many centuries ago. True, moral outrage and public hypocrisy is […]

The Castro vs USA soap-opera

November 1, 2013



The ritual repeat itself every year: the United Nations condemn the American blockade on Cuba (only USA and Israel disagree). The USA government invoke the lack of democracy in Cuba while goes to feed the starving people of the “democratic” North Korea regime and buy tons of electronics from the “democratic” Chinese regime. And from […]


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