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Mariano Rajoy, trabajando en su despacho de la Moncloa

El despacho de Mariano Rajoy en el Palacio de la Moncloa

EL HUFFINGTON POST  |  Por Publicado: 09/05/13 CEST  |  Actualizado: 09/05/13 CEST

El presidente del Gobierno, Mariano Rajoy, estrena foto en su perfil de Facebook. La nueva imagen oficial muestra a Rajoy trabajando en su despacho.

En un ambiente perfectamente ordenado, Rajoy enseña su mesa de trabajo, donde posa revisando documentos ante la mirada de dos obras de arte.

Rajoy también ha usado esta foto para actualizar su avatar en Twitter, perfil en el que ha escogido otra imagen de su escritorio para ilustrar la portada de esta red social.

Repasa todos los detalles pasando por encima de esta foto interactiva: http://www.huffingtonpost.es/2013/05/09/rajoy-despacho-foto-facebook_n_3243737.html

FINANCIAL TIMES

March 21, 2014 6:30 pm

Putin bites at the west where his predecessors growled

By Tony Barber

In the antechamber of Vladimir Putin’s presidential office in the Kremlin hangs a large portrait of Nicholas I, who ruled the Russian empire from 1825 to 1855. As Russia’s annexation of Crimea and the west’s retaliatory economic sanctions summon the spectres of hot and cold wars past, policy makers in Washington and Europe would do well to consider why Mr Putin chose the tsar as the historical figure at whose image visitors must gaze before they enter the president’s room. Then they will be on the right road to answering the question: “How do we deal with Putin?”

The story behind the portrait is not that Nicholas I was some all-conquering military commander or an emperor who transformed Russian society. Ivan the Terrible, Peter the Great and Catherine the Great have stronger claims to these roles. It is that post-Napoleonic Europe, whatever it thought of Nicholas I’s autocratic system of government, granted Russia respect as a great military and diplomatic power. As he made abundantly clear on Tuesday when he announced Crimea’s absorption into Russia, Mr Putin seethes with resentment at what he sees as the west’s disregard, ever since the Soviet Union’s demise in 1991, for Moscow’s status and interests as a leading power… MORE

 

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  1. Amazing Story…Very inspiring !!

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