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Cristina has been on the media warpath against a perceived attack on emerging markets.

This Monday, Cronista republished (in Spanish) an article from the Financial Times titled, “Emerging Markets: Fixing a Broken Model.” The article is long, a …

As President Cristina Kirchner rushes to extend the contracts of government workers before her exit, haters are quick to hate.

According to a sexy new employment study by the Foundation for Latin American Economic Research (FIEL) and the Provisional Argentine …

As one of 22 countries currently led by a female head of state, Argentina, on paper, seems to be doing pretty well in terms of political gender equality. But is this actually so?

Six prominent Argentine women involved in politics …

Only weeks away from election day and a mere three months until she waves goodbye to her presidency, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and her Peronist possy have certainly put the ‘pain’ into ‘painting’ with a newly released, highly cringe-worthy children’s …

As the drama of the Syrian refugees escaping civil war continues to unfold in Europe, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner — who never lets a good opportunity to criticize Europe go to waste — delivered an impassioned speech during an …

Following the enactment of a policy declassifying Malvinas War archives back in April, veterans of the 1982 conflict have found evidence bolstering their charges of abuse at the hands of their own superiors.

Malvinas War Veterans Center (CECIM) President Ernesto …

Jesus H. Christ.

Yesterday’s 80-minute long Cadena Nacional was a special one. President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner was more defiant than usual. Her tongue, as sharp as ever and her oratory, impeccable.

Cristina truly is a political animal. Her fiery …

It’s Friday again!

And if you thought that you were going to enjoy your weekend, you’re obviously dead wrong.

First of all, this:

That’s right. For the next seven days Buenos Aires is going to be pretty wet and wild, …

Economy Minister Axel Kicillof strutted his economic stuff on Monday in a 35-minute interview with La Nación. Besides the fact that the interview took place on the Conversaciones platform, which looks suspiciously like a transporter platform from Star Trek, …

Today’s Cadena Nacional in a nutshell:

Excuse: Announcement of a 12.49 percent increase for pensioners.

Real reason: To defend Cabinet Chief and gubernatorial candidate Aníbal Fernández.


She’s back!

After being out of play for a week, President Cristina Fernández de …