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Argentine Vice-president Gabriela Michetti traveled to New York yesterday to represent Argentina at the 72nd General Assembly of the United Nations. She was accompanied by Foreign Minister Jorge Faurie, Minister of Modernization Andrés Ibarra, and Secretary of Strategic Affairs Fulvio …

The Pew Center in Washington has found that Argentines are more concerned about the impact of climate change than about the terrorist threat of the Islamic State or the influence of the United States, Russia or China.

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What a weekend! No doubt you were too busy biting your nails during the French presidential elections, with its intense run-up and live coverage, over the weekend to pay attention to anything else. Or watching the classic Lionel Messi

In an interview with Bloomberg TV, Mauricio Macri confirmed that a date has been officially established for his meeting with Donald Trump. This April the 27th, Macri will fly to Washington D.C. to meet with Trump in the White House, …

Susana Malcorra, after her visit to the United States for an Organization of American States (OAS) meeting, announced Mauricio Macri will meet with Donald Trump at the end of April in Washington D.C. The White House schedules official …

Donald Trump’s rhetoric seems to be reaching new shores. His particular brand of protectionism and border control seems to have made it all the way to The Malvinas. And now, it looks like he’s not the only one looking to …

Thinking of a nice cold glass of lemonade to help beat the Argentine summer heat? Get ready to shell out some serious cash then. A kilo of lemons costs suppliers around AR $48 but in the Federal Capital and the …

Argentine Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra has gone on full damage control from the moment Donald Trump won the presidential elections in the US. In an obvious and concerted attempt to get onto good terms with the President-elect’s administration, Malcorra has …

The large majority of the Cambiemos (Let’s Change) coalition probably breathed a big sigh of relief yesterday when National Deputy Elisa “Lilita” Carrió announced her plan to run in next year’s midterm elections. The Civic Coalition leader — which along …

On the build up to the US elections, Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra — who, as with the rest of the Argentine government, had openly endorsed Hillary Clinton — said that should Donald Trump become President, the Macri administration would have