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Yet another whirlwind weekend for multilateralism. Energy Ministers met in Bariloche on Thursday and Friday of last week to discuss common ground in the sector. In contrast to the drama of the G7, this meeting ended with a joint communiqué …

Back in Buenos Aires after his whirlwind trip to the G7 leaders’ summit in Canada, President Mauricio Macri has reiterated that the government’s deal with the International Monetary Fund for a Stand-By Arrangement is a “historic” opportunity and that he …

If this weekend’s G7 meeting in Charlevoix, Canada is a mild indication of the current state of international affairs, the end of the year G20 meeting in Buenos Aires should be setting up to an all-out battle royale. Is it …

After honoring the British soldiers lost in the Malvinas War, Cabinet Chief Marcos Peña spent his second day in London in meetings with UK senior officials. Notably, one result of those meetings was a confirmation from Theresa May of her …

Addressing the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)’s Ministerial Council meeting in Paris, French President Emmanuel Macron has targeted the G20 Leaders’ Summit in Buenos Aires as a key moment to draft a roadmap for what he has called …

Let’s talk about leaning in. This year under Argentina’s presidency, the G20 highlights gender equality in its mission statement:

“As a result of structural inequality, policy action has different implications for women and men. That is why it is mandatory …

In a turbulent time for global politics, the foreign ministers of the G20’s troika have insisted on the need for sustained multilateralism and a ruled-based system after meeting in Buenos Aires.

Chaired by Foreign Minister Jorge Faurie, the third-ever meeting …

As the G20 Meeting of Foreign Affairs Ministers continues to take place, high-ranking officials from Argentina, Chile, the US, Canada, and Mexico, with the support of Australia, found a moment in their busy schedule to issue a joint statement regarding …

UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson marked his first day in Buenos Aires by laying a wreath in honor of those killed during the 1982 Malvinas War.

Joined by Foreign Minister Jorge Faurie yesterday at the memorial for Argentine soldiers who …

The G20’s top diplomats will be descending on Buenos Aires this weekend ahead of a two-day meeting that begins on Sunday that has multilateralism and global governance high on the agenda.

Chaired by Foreign Minister Jorge Faurie, foreign ministers of