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Remember how on 16 June 2014 the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) ruled that Argentina must obey the now-famous Griesa´s ruling and pay the “vulture funds,” leading to our current state of default? That day SCOTUS also …

 

Ten days ago, Argentina defaulted on roughly US $13 billion of its dollar-denominated debt that matures in 2033 by failing to deliver a required interest payment to bondholders. And yes, we said deliver. Argentina made a payment to …

 

Ten days ago, Argentina defaulted on roughly US $13 billion of its dollar-denominated debt that matures in 2033 by failing to deliver a required interest payment to bondholders. And yes, we said deliver. Argentina made a payment to …

On the 32nd anniversary of the beginning of the Malvinas War, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner unveiled a new fifty-peso bill to commemorate Argentina’s sovereignty claim over the archipelago. And just like the hundred-peso Evita bill created by the administration …

Happy Cristina day, everyone!

After much speculation about Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s silence, the President is making a comeback today at 7 pm in an official ceremony at the Government House.

So what better way to welcome her in our …

[PHOTO] On Tuesday morning, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner held a series of meetings in which she was seen wearing a white shirt, suggesting that she has finally decided to put and end to her mourning period.

The President has …

Cristina Fernández de Kirchner returned to her post this week, shuffling her cabinet and shaking up markets.

Axel Kicillof was named Economy Minister, and will replace Hernan Lorenzino. Mr. Kiciloff is a 42 year old economist who studied at the …

Well that was unexpected. While most of the media and the population at large wondered today when it was that we would be seeing President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner again, turns out she reappeared a lot faster than we thought

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The emergence of democracies in former dictatorships, theocracies, and aristocracies is widely considered evidence of humanity’s progress towards superior social …

Make no mistake: Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is cutting edge. For all her politics of the past—faction courting, war chest stuffing, playing candidate king-maker (or queen-maker?) – it’s easy to forget her awareness of the present. As self-absorbed and Argentina-centric …