The victory of youthful politics over its senior version. In today's world, youth is to reign over any other human virtue. Its power prevails over wisdom, experience and intellectual education. Fashion and modelling, advertising, TV journalism, sport and now politics too. The main case against John McCain is precisely his age. 72 years old is too much for the eternally young America. Barack Obama, 46, is the other side of the coin: young, full of life and bringin nerve into the American stagnant political system he looks ideal for the vacancy. Youth vs age was the decisive factor in David Cameron's win over David Davis in the Tory primary back in 2006. Another David, David Miliband, the young British foreign minister, burnt onto the political stage with an article penned in The Guardian standing for renovation. Despite waiting for more than 10 years to get into Number 10,, Gordon Brown political momentum is over: he is 54. Too old to lead a country, people are suggesting. Miliband vs Cameron seems to be the next duel... are they worthy of Mrs Thatcher, Churchill and Clement Attlee? They are young, that's all. When metrosexuality politics?
nació en Sevilla (España). Estudió Periodismo en la Universidad hispalense y cursó un año en la University of Leeds (Reino Unido). Actualmente trabaja como colaborador para los medios de prensa del Grupo Joly (Diario de Sevilla, Diario de Cádiz, Diario de Jerez, Granada Hoy, etc.) en Marruecos. En 2008 realizó el curso de posgrado de Periodismo y Comunicación especializados en Comercio Internacional organizado por el Instituto de Comercio Exterior (ICEX)del Ministerio de Industria, Turismo y Comercio de España y durante un año ha trabajado en la Oficina Económica y Comercial de España en la capital marroquí./
Antonio Navarro Amuedo was born in Seville (Spain) and currently lives in Rabat, the capital of Morocco, where he works as a free lance journalist for the newspapers of Grupo Joly, a media group from Andalusia, southern Spain. Before, he worked as press officer at the Office for Economic and Commercial Affairs of the Spanish Embassy in Rabat. He earned a Journalism degree at the Universidad de Sevilla and did one academic year at the University of Leeds (UK). He studied a doctorate on Discourse Analysis at his home university and also was a scolarship holder from the Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade (ICEX), Government of Spain, after taking the Masters on Journalism and Communication and International Trade.