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President Mauricio Macri today called US President-Elect Donald trump to congratulate him on his victory in last week’s elections.

In a brief press release, the government let us know that the conversation lasted 15 minutes and that “both remembered …

I’m guessing the overall state of shock everybody was in throughout last week meant that this weekend was dedicated to self-care, sunbathing, Netflix or blocking people on Facebook. No time or energy for actual news reading.

Despite the title of …

It seems there was only one Argentine politician left to weigh in about Donald Trump’s victory in the Unite States’ elections: Former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner. She finally came through last night when she spoke at the Arturo Jauretche …

One of the most important pillars of President Mauricio Macri’s efforts to boost the country’s stagnant economy relies on boosting relations with international economic actors, both in the financial markets and trade.

There is increasing concern in Argentina’s administration that …

President Mauricio Macri today inaugurated a section of a road in the Buenos Aires province district of Luján, but obviously no one cared if he had something to say about roads. The only thing this non-event was important was to …

The eyes of the world today are on the elections in the United States. As pretty much the entire world crosses its fingers for a Hillary Clinton victory over Donald Trump, no one wants to miss the opportunity to watch …

The U.S. presidential election is down to the wire. With just four days to go until Election Day, the race is looking closer than ever. But if the race were being held in Argentina, it wouldn’t even be a contest: …

Argentine President Mauricio Macri apparently beat Donald Trump at golf once. The tale is contained in a little-read book by Franco Macri, the president’s father, that Infobae dug up for what is a difficult-to-believe anecdote.

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A bar in the heart of Palermo (where else?) became a hotbed of North-American politics for 90 minutes yesterday, when a small crowd of Americans, along with some curious Argentines and even a couple Swedes, gathered to watch the debate …

Following the highly anticipated face-off between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump last night, President Mauricio Macri’s administration is once again making it clear it would really rather the Democratic nominee win the U.S. presidential race in November.

“It’s evident that …