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All conditions were given for the government to start cruising through December, arguably the most tense month in the political and social landscape in Argentina, with relative calm. The successful organization and unfolding of the G20 Leaders Summit – perhaps

Ever since his irruption in politics, the erratic – to use only one adjective – behavior of US President Donald Trump has basically been writing the jokes of the main American talk shows. This weekend, Trump was in Buenos Aires …

“The more China develops, the better for Argentines,” President Mauricio Macri told reporters outside the presidential residence Sunday afternoon. Macri had just bestowed Chinese head of state Xi Jinping with Argentina’s highest decoration, the Order of the Liberator General San …

Hopes for clear consensus on climate change and multilateralism fell flat this weekend, as G20 leaders produced a tenuous summit communique.

The agreement, signed Saturday afternoon in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Costa Salguero, follows months of uncertainty over whether …

Celebrating the closer of the G20 Leaders Summit in Buenos Aires, President Mauricio Macri highlighted that a communiqué had been reached by the participating countries and that “the world has given (Argentina) a place”.

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Argentine Foreign Minister Jorge Faurie indicated there is a chance President Mauricio Macri will have a one-on-one meeting with the embattled Saudi Crown Prince,  Mohamed Bin Salman (MBS), tomorrow.

Talking to press while the Leaders Summit continues to unfold, Faurie …

US Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders may have inadvertently dragged Argentina into US-China tensions this morning, forcing the Macri administration to play damage control.

Following a bilateral meeting between President Mauricio Macri and US counterpart Donald Trump at the Casa …

Delivering the opening remarks of the G20 Leaders Summit, President Mauricio Macri acknowledged that “countries have questioned the contemporary multilateral mechanisms,” and said that “while the agenda that brings us together is different,” leaders should “act with the same sense …

President Mauricio Macri hosted his American counterpart, Donald Trump, for a working breakfast at the Casa Rosada this morning. According to the Foreign Ministry, the conversation centered on prospective investment in Argentina, bilateral trade and the situation in Venezuela.

Though …

“It was a sad and frustrating weekend.”

With those words President Mauricio Macri described the violent episodes that led to the successive cancellation of the Copa Libertadores’ final between River and Boca this Saturday and Sunday.

“I’ve worked for many