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Although his phone number is still the same of his days as an ally of former president Eduardo Duhalde, Alberto Fernández believes his destiny is to re-enact Néstor Kirchner’s presidency. Ten months since inauguration, he cannot hide the nostalgia of …

As a new era dawned in 1945, Argentina was a side-snack ignored by most at the Yalta dinner party.

Two real winners emerged from the Second World War: the fresh United States and the “glorious” Soviet Union, represented by the …

After being postponed for months due to the pandemic, Chile finally voted on whether (and how) to reform its dictatorship-era constitution this weekend, and the victory for those in favor was as big as expected.

Landslide victory for constitutional reformers in Chile

78.2 percent of voters …

Evo Morales’ MAS erased all suspicions of illegitimacy this Sunday in Bolivia when Luis Arce, the candidate backed by the exiled former Bolivian president who was ousted in a coup last year after a tightly-contested election, won by a …

Despite the little effect that the government’s constant economic tinkering is having on the run against the peso, President Alberto Fernández tried to convey a message against a massive devaluation this week, as the country’s highly-restricted official exchange rate continues …

Among many other things, 2020 has been a year in which wildfires have captured the attention globally, and Argentina has been no exception. With fires across the north, in Córdoba province and in the Paraná Delta, the debate over

As discontent with Alberto Fernández continues to be expressed in street rallies against him, former president Mauricio Macri took the latest protest against the government this week as an opportunity to reappear in public after a year without talking …

Taking on US dollar denominated debt in Argentina can always lead to big risks, especially when the peso is strong and the market looks happy to lend. But both the Argentine state and Argentine companies have continued to do …

Only eight months into his term, Alberto Fernández’s government has reached its peak of tension with the Supreme Court.

The government was caught by surprise when the country’s highest tribunal took the extraordinarily rare step of accepting a request brought …

Argentina’s social crisis is starting to resemble some of the worst in the country’s history. Though the scenes in the streets paint much of the story by themselves, the latest poverty and unemployment reports from the INDEC statistics bureau now …