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Alberto Nisman’s death is so last month.

Because while we may all still be discussing his untimely demise and the many (many) obscure points surrounding it, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has no time for that.

No, no. This is …

With everything that’s going on regarding Alberto Nisman’s death, you might forget we’re still in a defaulted economy and engaged in a massive political/judicial/economic fight with holdout creditors (“the vulture funds, per Cristina”).

But lucky for us, main creditor NML’s …

We all knew it was coming.

I mean, after being mocked by the media around the world and being called not only a huge diplomatic faux-pas, but also as a weird, racist Twitter rant, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s tweet …

If you have to take a band-aid off, what’s the best way to do it? Quick and painless, every time. Just so with problematic government departments, at least as far as President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is concerned.

In the …

Things have been pretty heavy for Cristina over the past few weeks, what with prosecutor Nisman threatening to reveal her (alleged) role in the AMIA bombing coverup and certain parts of the Argentine public turning on her after his (alleged) …

On the President’s first active day in “the world’s number one economy,” Cristina tweeted a message which, like a lot of the stuff she says, caused a bit of a controversy: “Argentine flags in the Tiananmén Men (sic) square, [presumably …

Lately the Buenos Aires Herald has been the subject of public debate and unfairly downgraded to “pro-government rag” or ever worse, a cursed publication

Before I begin, and in the spirit of full disclosure, I would like to clarify …

President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner faces yet another onslaught of criticism after yesterday afternoon’s announcement of Roberto Carlés as her candidate to replace Justice Eugenio Zaffaroni, who resigned aged 75 last year (in accordance with Article 2 of Law …

It finally happened. President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner broke silence tonight to address the population and address one of the worst institutional crises in recent Argentine history.

And her message was one of those that she does from her office …

Argentina has ripped across international headlines over the past week following the suspicious death of Prosecutor Alberto Nisman.

Mr. Nisman was found dead from a gunshot wound to the head hours before he was due in Congress to charge President …