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Rudolph — Rudy — Giuliani will be visiting Argentina this week. For those unaware, the visitor is the former mayor of New York and Donald Trump’s current advisor on cyber security. His latest role has him standing side by side …

Argentina’s first-ever presidential debate in history took place yesterday at UBA’s School of Law and saw five, not six (how many times can we say this) candidates battle it out. A solemn but cordial atmosphere reigned over the event, but …

In what has to be one of the weirdest political studies ever conducted, Facebook created profiles for each presidential candidate’s prototypical voter based on constituents’ Facebook activity. It was something else.

To accomplish this, Facebook analyzed over 76 million interactions …

After striking down a request for electoral reform ahead of October’s general election, the National Electoral Chamber’s Santiago Corcuera announced, nevertheless, that certain measures would be adopted to guarantee a smooth (or at least, smoother) voting process.

“We’ll ask electoral …

Alright. It’s over.

That wretched democratic process known as “election,” responsible for making your Saturday night a total downer because you couldn’t drink and stuff, is gone from our lives until it comes back in full force to ruin your …