Principales notas de prensa relacionadas con los procesos de definición geopolítica mundial y con los avances tecnológicos en la industria bélica y de comunicaciones.

Síntesis informativa - 11 de abrill 2019

THE NEW YORK TIMES

Julian Assange Charged by U.S. With Conspiracy to Hack a Government Computer

WASHINGTON — The United States has charged WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange with one count of conspiracy to hack a computer related to his role in the 2010 release of reams of secret American documents, according to a criminal complaint unsealed Thursday just hours after British authorities arrested him in London.

Síntesis informativa - 10 de abril 2019

THE NEW YORK TIMES

Japan Finds Wreckage From F-35 Fighter Jet, but Pilot Is Still Missing

TOKYO — The Japanese military said on Wednesday that it had found parts of a fighter jet that crashed into the Pacific on a training exercise, but that the pilot was still missing.

The warplane, an F-35A, disappeared over the waters east of Aomori Prefecture on the northern part of Honshu, Japan’s largest island, on Tuesday.

Síntesis informativa - 9 de abril 2019

THE NEW YORK TIMES

In Trump, Netanyahu Sees an Ally Who Helps Him Push the Envelope

WASHINGTON — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s vow for Israel to annex parts of the West Bank would flout four decades of American policy, under both Republican and Democratic presidents. But nothing emboldened Mr. Netanyahu to take such a risk more than the support of his ally President Trump.

Síntesis informativa - 3 de abril 2019

THE NEW YORK TIMES

With Trump, NATO Chief Tries to Navigate Spending Minefields

WASHINGTON — He flew across the ocean to celebrate NATO’s 70th anniversary with the largest and most important member of the military alliance. So to outsiders it appeared to be an awkward moment on Tuesday for Jens Stoltenberg, the NATO secretary general, as he sat stiffly by while President Trump criticized German defense spending and predicted that the United States would get along with Russia.

Síntesis informativa - 1° de abril 2019

THE NEW YORK TIMES

China Purchases Could Undercut Trump’s Larger Trade Goal

WASHINGTON — At the heart of President Trump’s negotiations with China is a troubling contradiction: The United States wants to use the trade talks to encourage the country to adopt a more market-oriented economy. But a key element of a prospective deal may end up reinforcing the economic power of the Chinese state.