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Articles by Nicholas Phillips

The Museum of External Debt is located in a brightly lit, glass-walled room off a busy hallway in the UBA Faculty of Economics. The physical space seems fitting for the museum, as it seeks shine light on a complex and …

Nicolas Dujovne must regret bringing a sign that read “Let’s not return to the Fund” when he went on the talk show Odisea Argentina in late 2016. The current talks with the IMF – with Dujovne leading the negotiations for …

Last week, negotiations continued in Washington toward an IMF Stand-By Arrangement (SBA) for Argentina. The negotiations with the IMF have dealt another blow to the government’s popularity, which has reached new lows in recent months. On Friday, thousands took to …

It’s a rainy Tuesday evening and a public holiday, but the Ciudad Cultural Konex’s upstairs theater is packed for a sold-out event. Darío Sztajnszrajber, Argentina’s most popular philosopher, is wearing a navy blue sweatshirt, Converse sneakers, and slim grey sweatpants …

The Argentine writer, performer, and director (not sociologist) Lola Arias is busy. Her most recent project, and first feature-length film, “Theater of War” won awards from two of the independent juries at the 2018 Berlin International film festival …