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What was regarded as “common sense” in Argentina about gender roles and stereotypes has, in the last ten years or so, become more and more nonsensical in the public eye. The types of images and language being used has kept …

Here’s some friendly advice for foreign visitors (and many locals too) who never leave Recoleta, Palermo, or San Telmo: the slums of Buenos Aires are part of the city, and they’re a rich source of culture and history.

Most tend …

Procrastinating on Facebook and binge-watching videos of cute puppies and House of Cards episodes on YouTube and Netflix, respectively. Those are the activities that, presumably, Argentines like doing best when they go online, according to a new study released by

And so the third season begins…

Adrian Bono, Dan Politi, Demian Bio and Fernando Farías discuss what went on in Argentina over the last four months and analyze the current political landscape.…

In 2016, President Mauricio Macri’s administration spent almost AR $ 2.5 billion on state advertising (aka “pauta oficial”) via various media groups. The Cabinet Office published the information last week on an open data portal, which was …

Of the year.

Dan Politi, Fernando Farías and Demian Bio analyze the first year of president Macri’s administration. And talk about what to expect in 2017.

Thanks for listening! and Felices Fiestas to all.

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We join the “Mini Davos” fever and we also cover other stories of the week.

With Adrian Bono, Fernando Farías and Demian Bio.…

Bianca Fernet, Fernando Farías and Demian Bio with the main stories of the week.…

We engage in some discussion about the recent anti-government demonstration dubbed “The Resistance March”, and make some comparisons with the past. There’s disagreement between hosts Fernando Farías, Bianca Fernet and Demian Bio.

And we cover other stories of the week, …

Fernando Farías and Demian Bio bring you the main stories of the week

Op: Belén del Vecchio…