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Climate change is no longer a distant threat. There was a time when we thought of it as a problem for future generations. Not anymore.

Climate change is here and it’s rapidly getting worse. Its consequences are suffered by citizens …

The meeting halls of La Rural are a buzz, as Buenos Aires celebrates its annual agricultural show. Young farmers from Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, Brazil, Chile and further afield are kissing cheeks, talking energetically and exchanging contact details. We’ve just finished …

In Plato’s famous allegory in Title VII of The Republic, a group of men chained by neck and legs inside a cave can only see the shadows of objects representing men and animals, illuminated by the fire. The prisoners …

Yesterday afternoon thousands of people took to the streets to take part in the capital’s International Women’s Day march. It was a show of solidarity, a demand for respect, and a chance to outline exactly what change people want to …

Kirchnerite senator Aníbal Fernández fired back at Roger Cohen on Twitter and on his blog with the exquisite cri de guerre “Leave Peronism alone.” Chris Crocker would be proud.

This Thursday, New York Times columnist Roger Cohen blasted the …