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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 …

You may be wondering why President Cristina Kirchner and various other Argentine personalities are suddenly embroiled in a debate about — what else — but the origins of the Third Reich.

And no, it’s not because CFK is starring in …

Pope Francis today joined a campaign calling for Argentina and the UK to peacefully negotiate the Malvinas Islands’ sovereignty when he was spotted holding a sign that read, “It’s time for Argentina and the UK to discuss the Malvinas.” This …

Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio today called for accounting experts to look into transactions involved in the Hotesur Case, a high-profile scandal currently under investigation that involves money laundering and President Cristina Kirchner.

The experts are supposed to shed light on …

Following President Cristina Kirchner’s purportedly “apolitical” meeting with Pope Francis, many Argentine politicians are condemning what they see as a targeted political move on the Executive’s part, designed to ramp up voter support for the upcoming election.

Cristina flew to …

Now that Cristina officially inaugurated the legislative year on Sunday, it was time for the Judiciary to do the same thing today.

When the President mockingly referred to the Judiciary as the “Judicial Party” during her speech – in front …

Prosecutor Nisman is dead and journalist Damián Pachter went incommunicado and fled the country fearing for his safety.

Not helping the whole “protecting his safety” thing, today state-owned airline Aerolineas Argentinas published a communique alleging that Pachter boarded a plane …

Argentina is still reeling from the shocking and unexpected death of special prosecutor Alberto Nisman, hours before he was due to testify that President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner participated in covering up Iran’s responsibility for a terrorist attack on the …

Argentina is once again making international headlines, but this time it had nothing to do with vultures or dollars or defaults. Argentines woke up yesterday to the shocking news that Alberto Nisman, the special prosecutor who had directly accused President …

Living in Argentina, you learn to get by without certain luxuries. It’s a mixed bag. A balancing act if you will. As a foreigner does in any strange land, you find yourself giving up some benefits of modernity in order …