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Remember how we talked about President Mauricio Macri’s noticeable omission of mentioning Iran in his debut UN speech yesteray? Well, it didn’t escape the eyes of  the Latin American Jewish Congress (LJC) either. When members of the organization met …

Argentina’s First Lady Juliana Awada may keep a low profile at home, but when she goes abroad her profile increases exponentially. This happened during the recent trip to China for the G-20 Summit, where she kept herself quite busy …

And he’s done it again. At a time when the Malvinas Islands has been the focus of the news for the better part of a week, President Mauricio Macri made a statement that could have led to bilateral tensions with …

Just like President Mauricio Macri’s call before the U.N. General assembly to “amicably solve the sovereignty dispute” over the Malvinas Islands was considered a bit lukewarm, the way he failed to address the country’s repeated requests for Iran to hand …

This was it. After weeks of controversy regarding the recent agreement with the United Kingdom that included talk of Malvinas, this was President Mauricio Macri’s chance to give a strong message that his government understood the criticism.That was not to …

Every Argentine knows that the issue of the Malvinas islands is contentious: except, it seems, President Mauricio Macri’s administration. In reaching a broad agreement with the U.K. last week, the government focused on how it was the first positive development …

After resorting to every judicial machination possible, state-run oil company YPF finally ran out of legal options to avoid handing over to the courts all the documents regarding a 2013 deal it sealed with US energy giant Chevron and will …

Argentine Ambassador to the United States, Martín Lousteau, found himself embroiled in controversy after it was revealed he appointed the state-run news agency Télaam’s Washington correspondent, Melisa Cabo, as the embassy’s spokesperson. He definitely could have picked a better time …

We all know what happens when President Mauricio Macri is invited onto international stages with a microphone and surrounded by people he knows: he likes to make jokes and banter, but it’s not necessarily as cool as it sounds and …

Now there are no doubts. Argentina joined the (so far small) group of countries that have ratified the Paris climate change deal when it published it today in the Official Bulletin. Earlier this month Congress approved the deal, so …