1 December 2018 – today’s absence of press releases

A day off from the media melee today so, as is my habit on such days, some music to take our minds off of the chaos around us.

Today, to reflect the G20 meeting in Buenos Aires, we take a short hop over the Andes to Santiago, for a live performance by Eva Ayllon and Inti Illimani Historico…

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  • Peter Hirst 3rd Dec '18 - 2:03pm

    If nothing else these jamborees give opportunities for world leaders to meet and exchange views. There’s plenty to discuss outside the formal sessions. I hope they don’t forget ongoing issues such as climate change, world poverty and global human rights.

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