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The FIFA Women’s World Cup is in full swing and we can’t think of a more perfect hybrid of an American-Argentine activity than throwing your heart into cheering for the United States in soccer (or, sorry, fútbol). Apparently The

For better or for worse, in the last few years Twitter has become an important tool for political leaders. We’re all too familiar with the biggest Tweet machine of them all, the big flaming Cheeto sitting in the White …

So the Oscar nominations were announced today, but since we didn’t have anybody in the running for the acclaimed film awards this year (we still love you mucho, El Ángel) we’re going with the next best thing, albeit from …

On the sidelines of the upcoming G20 summit, Argentine and French Presidents Mauricio Macri and Emmanuel Macron held a joint press conference today, in which they addressed issues such as: the future of the countries’ bilateral relations, the presence of …

French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte Macron arrived in Buenos Aires on Wednesday night ahead of the G20 Summit without much pomp and circumstance.

That is, there was no Argentine delegation waiting to greet them. President Macron made …

Even though reports from a couple of weeks ago speculated with the possibility that authorities from the Mercosur trading bloc and the European Union announced the signing of the ever-negotiated free trade agreement during the G20, the possibility faded during …

Style buffs, gird your loins:No Taste for Bad Taste will be open to the public from October 5th through December 12th at the National Museum of Decorative Art (MNAD). Here you’ll have the chance to see 40 of the …

As we wake up to the news that the bill to decriminalize and legalize abortion in Argentina has been defeated in Senate by 38 votes to 31 and the pro-choice movement wipes the green face-paint from tear-stained cheeks, it’s easy …

Ah, chilly March mornings, giving us a taste of the autumn season that’s to come. Pretty soon we’ll all be able to get to work without looking like we’ve run an Olympic race. Won’t that be a relief?

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President Mauricio Macri returned on Sunday from his first international tour of the year, in which he visited Russia, Switzerland (for the World Economic Forum) and France. It was the kick off of a year that shapes up to be …