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We could argue all day about what Horacio Rodríguez Larreta is and isn’t. A lot of this discussion would rely heavily on what we think about his role as Mayor of the City of Buenos Aires and, to an almost …

Confused about the current election cycle? Adrian Bono explains it all.…

The UCR (AKA the Radical party) held its national convention in Buenos Aires this week and things were awkward for the Cambiemos coalition as discontent with President Mauricio Macri grows.…

The first batch of electoral year surveys are fresh out of the oven, so let’s take a look at them, shall we?

The main takeaway from the four polls we will analyze is that the current and former Presidents, Mauricio …

Yes, we know it’s January. And we know the presidential elections are more than nine months away. But this is Argentina, which means that at the moment one election is over, speculation about the strategy each party will adopt for …

On Tuesday, Argentina assumed a new pro-tempore presidency of the Mercosur, which will hold until mid-2019, a year that promises to be of extreme importance for the regional trading bloc.

Its member countries, Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay, will try …

President Mauricio Macri will not travel to Brazil on January 1st to attend the inauguration of his Brazilian counterpart, Jair Bolsonaro, Argentine press reported on Monday.

Last week, Foreign Minister Jorge Faurie had confirmed the President would in fact attend …

Throughout their political lives, Presidents Donald Trump and Mauricio Macri have publicly exchanged numerous compliments on Twitter, always referring to each other as “my friend.” However, a recent article by Axios shed light on a not-so-cordial side of their

Franco and Gianfranco Macri, father and brother of President Mauricio Macri, respectively, have been called into questioning by Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio in the context of an investigation stemming from the “notebooks scandal” case, Infobae reported on Monday.

They were …

It’s probably happened to you before. It was a Friday, for sure, close to midday to be more precise. You were walking down a street in Buenos Aires and just happened to catch a smell that hit smack dab in …