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Today, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is in Rome meeting with the Pope at the Vatican for the second time since he was appointed supreme leader of the Catholic world. She was joined by a delegation that includes Foreign Policy …

It’s, finally, Friday again! Or the weekend!

Or, whatever.

After a long hiatus due to some much deserved vacation, the Roundup is back this week and get ready because if you thought the last few months were pretty ridiculous you …

While we were all busy complaining about inflation and political instability, along came Alexander Eremeev and Demitri Zaytsev to remind us that there are still things worth celebrating in Argentina — LGBT rights and a general tolerance of alternative lifestyles …

[UPDATE] Vicente López Mayor Jorge Macri apologized today for what he said was “a disgusting mistake” and apologized to women and the population at large. “I do not think Eva Braun was a great woman and I don’t think she

The President addressed members of Congress and the rest of the nation on Cadena Nacional today as she inaugurated the 132nd congressional year.

As mandated by the Argentine Constitution, the head of the Executive branch must go to Congress every …

For all of you political junkies out there, here is the latest message by President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner on Cadena Nacional. And since this is her third national broadcast in the sixth year of her administration (and the third …

If you were in the US, and you were reading this on some small town Fox News syndicate’s website, this little gem would have been called: “Get to know your neighbor.” It would have probably highlighted some lovely …

Welcome to my summary of the power crisis, starting with Kirchner’s 2004 Energy Plan and ending with the current outages. In this article, I give you a contextual overview and examine Néstor Kirchner’s pragmatic solutions to energy-related problems, as well

It’s Friday again!

Or, it was, when I started writing this. But now it’s a Sunday. That’s fine, you won’t be reading it until Tuesday anyway.

And before we begin, do you mind if I say a few words? I …

On Thursday, U.S. Senator Marco Rubio of Florida made bold assertions about Argentina while grilling President Obama’s nominee for the position of US ambassador in Buenos Aires, Noah Bryson Mamet. And the National Government is (understandably) not happy.

Rubio was …