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Articles by Meaghan Beatley

MeA little more than a year ago, I began working as The Bubble’s managing editor. I am now leaving that post, but before I pirouette my way out of here like a Von Trapp child (minus the dexterity and Lederhosen, …

CNBC interviewed President Mauricio Macri yesterday at the annual Allen & Company Sun Valley Conference in Idaho, US, in a 10-minute segment, all in English.

Journalist Julia Boorstin began by congratulating Macri on his work as President for the last …

Congratulations: you made it through the week (it’s Friday, in case your pre-feriado revelries have left you in a stupor). And in more good news, you apparently won’t have to pay that 400 percent gas increase to heat your …

In a US State Department press release, US Secretary of State John Kerry today sent Argentina his best wishes as it, “celebrate[s] the bicentennial of your nation’s declaration of independence on July 9” and raised a metaphoric glass — …

After remaining silent for a very long three days, former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner finally spoke out about the José López embezzlement scandal, which many believe incriminates her administration as a whole, in a Facebook missive entitled, “Politics, …

Today’s anti-femicide #VivasNosQueremos (We Want Us Alive) rally is scheduled to begin at 5 PM before the Congreso building in the City of Buenos Aires. (If you’re reading this from another city in Argentina, find out where sister marches are …

Police forces forcibly removed a group of protestors picketing on Richieri Highway, just meters from Ezeiza International Airport, this morning. Though there were some instances of violence in the ensuing skirmish, no serious injuries have been reported.

Security guards protesting …

Former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner today was indicted by Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio in the future dollars case for “improper management detrimental to the public administration.”

She is being prosecuted along with former Economy Minister Axel Kicillof, former Central …

Sergio Massa, the former Renewal Front (FR) presidential candidate and until recently an important ally to President Mauricio Macri, yesterday called Macri’s administration out for, in his view, resorting to the same “with me or against me” rhetoric used by …

President Mauricio Macri took to the pulpit today to once more beseech Argentines to back him up on his “job creation” quest and not support the Employment Emergency bill just approved in the Senate, which would prevent the public and …