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President Mauricio Macri opened the door today to an expanded role for the armed forces in domestic security matters – which is currently prohibited by a decree that sets out a clear  separation between domestic security and national defense – …

You missed it, admit it. The polarization between President Mauricio Macri and his predecessor and current Senator, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner. Macri’s singling out Fernández de Kirchner as a disruptive figure in Argentine politics, and her consequent reaction. The feud …

Former Vice President Amado Boudou will enter the final stage of the most high-profile case against him today: the Ciccone case. During the coming days, the different accusing parties – the prosecutor and the plaintiffs – will deliver their respective …

A judge in the province of Chaco indicted and ordered the pre-trial arrest of Aída Ayala, a former three-term mayor of the provincial capital of Resistencia and current National Deputy for the Cambiemos coalition. She stands accused of organizing a …

Faced with a vote in the Senate on Wednesday on an opposition bill to roll back utility rates, President Mauricio Macri has gone on the offensive and made an appeal for Peronist senators to not lend their support to the …

Different social organizations kicked off the first stage of what they are calling a “federal march.” Emulating a similar protest staged by public school teachers last week, the organization’s members will set up soup kitchens and stage marches in different …

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 …

Let’s talk about leaning in. This year under Argentina’s presidency, the G20 highlights gender equality in its mission statement:

“As a result of structural inequality, policy action has different implications for women and men. That is why it is mandatory …

Well, it’s official. In a press conference full of optimism and enthusiasm, it was announced that the vote on abortion in the Lower House of Congress will take place on Wednesday, June 13. This will be a historic day, as …

If you’re planning on passing by the Obelisco on May 25th to soak up as much Argentine symbolism as you can on the country’s 208th birthday, you’ll probably run into a group of people singing the national anthem. But they …