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US president Donald Trump and China’s president Xi Jinping will meet for dinner on Saturday, December 1. in Buenos Aires, right after the end of the G20 Leaders Summit.

That could set the stage for a truce between the United …

With the G20 Leaders Summit around the corner, the spotlight focuses on the Macri administration’s officials interaction with the world leaders that have already began arriving in Argentina. But at the same time, the question about what the main opposition …

With the current political and economic downfall that has been haunting Argentina this year, the issue of climate change doesn’t appear to be at the top of priority list for most of its citizens. Yet, after this year’s fierce floods

The G20 week is here, and with it, speculations about the way in which the most important summit in the world will unfold. Among the many questions that arise, there is one that stands out: what can we expect from …

With the upcoming G20 Leaders’ Summit beginning this week on Friday, November 30th through Saturday, December 1st, it appears that this year’s G20 chairman, Mauricio Macri, will have his hands full while hosting meetings for the summit. It is reported …

Dear member of the G20 delegation:

So, you’re coming to Buenos Aires for the summit this week. First of all, let me start by saying we’re sorry about the whole River-Boca fiasco. I assure you, this was a one-time thing… …

Thinking about going out this weekend in Buenos Aires, huh?

Well, besides the obvious limitations that arise from transportation going to hell, then there’s the small matter of security around the G20, which can mean that your friendly Saturday …

As the world’s main heads of state make their way to Argentina for the G20 Leaders Summit, a national survey from the Argentina Pulse, the joint enterprise between Poliarquía Consultancy and the Wilson Center’s Argentina Project, illustrates that Argentines hold …

“Welcome to Hell” was the sign that welcomed world leaders on the eve of the G20 summit in Hamburg last year. With over 476 police officers reported injured, at least 186 protesters arrested and 225 detained, Hamburg experienced an influx …

Update: President Mauricio Macri confirmed on Monday night that Argentina will go back to exporting beef to the US. “Great news!! Argentina goes back to exporting beef to the US after a 17-year-long absence in the market,” reads the first …