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Oh hey – it’s another weekend already! Doesn’t it feel like these are coming along at an increasingly rapid click? On one hand, it’s nice to have the downtime – break away from the monotony of the working day, stop …

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 …

Don’t let this morning’s drizzle dampen your spirits—we’re almost to the finde largo goodness of Semana Santa, and the slog to the weekend will soon be worth it. It’s a perfect day to snuggle up and watch a movie at …

After what feels like an eternal winter it seems that the first few signs of spring are beginning to appear. However, don’t let the recent sunny afternoons and balmy evenings fool you, as those pesky storms that usually rear their …

In the middle of a trade war that is challenging multilateralism, Argentina is in a key position to understand what is happening in the world. As leader of the G20 Forum, it’s spent the last several months preparing for 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 …

After two weeks of negotiations between Argentina and Japan, Santa Fe factory San Ignacio will officially be sending its first shipment of dulce de leche to Japan. The move comes soon after the country’s first ever export of beef to

Since Mauricio Macri took office in December 2015, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has expressed a great deal of interest in trading with Argentina. In November 2016, Abe visited Buenos Aires; the two leaders released a joint press statement,

Now that last week’s brutal wintry blast has kindly (albeit temporarily) left us to continue with our lives without the joy of having to constantly tell everyone around us “que frío,” it’s time to get out this weekend and …

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 …