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Juan Diego Flórez, the Inca and Rule Britannia. Brexit.

Juan Diego Flórez, the Inca and Rule Britannia. Brexit.

 By Paul Goulder — History was made last weekend at the Last Night of the Proms in the Royal Albert Hall, London and the simultaneous Proms in the (Hyde) Park, as Peruvian Juan Diego Flórez — the “world’s greatest tenor and heir to Pavarotti” — sang Rule Britannia dressed as […]

The 2015 Nobel Prize in Economics and Peru’s History

The 2015 Nobel Prize in Economics and Peru’s History

By Paul Goulder ✐ Special to Peruvian Times ☄ At the end of the fifteenth century, the fact was that the Americas including the Caribbean were delivered into the lap of the West Europeans and not into that of the East Asians. And ever since then, the per capita output of most […]

by · October 31, 2015 · 2 comments · Economy
Violinist of the Andes – Máximo Damián

Violinist of the Andes – Máximo Damián

An appreciation by Paul Goulder —  Máximo Damián Huamani, for long the doyen of Peru’s remarkable Andean violinists and friend of José María Arguedas, died on Thursday 12th February at the National Hospital Edgardo Rebagliati Martins. There followed the wake – in Máximo’s home and in the principal salon of […]

Scottish independence — an historical view and a Peruvian perspective

45% of Scots vote for separate nation. The “No”s have it but only by a whisker. By Paul Goulder —  Peruvian Times History Special This article looks at the historical roots of Scottish disillusion with the constitutional arrangement called the United Kingdom, composed of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland & Wales. […]