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US Defense Secretary James Mattis began his first trip to South America over the weekend, and will be in Argentina later today and tomorrow to meet with Defense Minister Oscar Aguad to discuss common interests in international security.

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So, who doesn’t love a good old conspiracy theory? I know I’ve always been enthralled by those astounding, over-the-top stories that try to explain the moon landing or JFK’s assassination or Hitler’s travels to Argentina via submarine. But we’re living …

Claudio Uberti, sometimes referred to as “Pachi” or “Ubi,” is one of many Argentine government officials implicated in the ongoing notebook scandal. He first attained wealth and political power through his personal ties to former President Néstor Kirchner; during Néstor’s

The business leaders involved in the “notebooks scandal” continue to testify before the courts. At the time of doing so, most have adopted the same strategy: they’ve taken plea bargains and provided information relevant enough for the case in exchange …

The recent explosive “Notebook Scandal” has involved a number of prominent Argentine officials and is centered around a widespread web of corruption surrounding the Néstor and Cristina Kirchner administrations. A number of Argentine political analysts have positioned the

Today, Cristina Kirchner testified before federal judge Claudio Bonadio in the ongoing, explosive “Notebook Scandal,” which many say is building up to be one of the greatest corruption scandals in the history of Argentina.

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In June, the International Monetary Fund agreed to loan Argentina US $50 billion in the face of a sharply declining peso due to a recent exodus of investors from Argentine markets. As part of the agreement, the Argentina’s government agreed

Update: As anticipated, the former President refused to answer any questions in her appearance before Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio, and instead delivered a written statement, in which she requested both the judge and Federal Prosecutor Carlos Stornelli be recused from …

The former president of the Argentine Chamber of Construction, Carlos Wagner, is the latest business leader to reach a plea deal with the judicial authorities working on the case known as “the notebooks of corruption,” which investigates a bribery scheme …

Former head of Argentina’s Federal Planning Ministry Julio de Vido testified today before federal judge Claudio Bonadio  in one of the greatest corruption scandals to ever break in Argentina.

The scandal revolves around the discovery of eight notebooks that meticulously