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Articles by Jo March

All countries with an active role in the international community have always had a predictable desire to be able to determine who’s in and who’s out of that tight clique formed by world powers. A long history of trade, wars …

Last week, the Wall Street Journal ran a story on how Bolivia is allegedly turning into some sort of South American Afghanistan. As people living on this side of the equator, it is not very accurate – and it doesn’t

The US government once again made its rounds in our corner of the world to check everything is all right in the neighborhood. But while we discuss if these are visits to their run-down backyard or to a fenced, prosperous …

The recent explosion that took place in a building complex in Rosario, leaving 10 people dead, over 50 people wounded and several people missing is one more of those events in which, despite the magnitude of the devastation, human beings …

The PASO elections (as in “Open, Simultaneous and Compulsory Primaries.”, remember?) are just around the corner and a fresh wave of patriotism, democratic participation and civic responsibility is knocking the doors of our subconscious as we are bombarded with

Right when we started to grow fond of the idea of running into birdie Chávez at a local park or even think about the lack of toilette paper as something people will look back on it some day and laugh …

So word in town is that Pepe Mujica, President of Uruguay, is a nice, humbled-by-its-past, mate aficionado dude. Most people find it even heart-warming how this chubby little muffin refuses to travel on private planes and rather prefers to travel …

Hello amigos!

I’m Josephine Embriage du Fromage, but my artistic alter-ego (photo above) decided that “Jo March” was a better name for me, so I’m going with it (she can be pretty cranky at times…it gets ugly…things being smashed …