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Cristina Kirchner is showing her active support for the abortion legalization bill from her place in the Senate.

After approval in the House of Representatives, the VP and President of the Senate had to decide which committees would discuss …

Busy days in almost any country’s politics are comparatively boring and uneventful when contrasted with Argentine standards.

Yesterday was no exception: the President almost caught COVID after grossly violating all of the protocols he insists the rest of us should …

As a new era dawned in 1945, Argentina was a side-snack ignored by most at the Yalta dinner party.

Two real winners emerged from the Second World War: the fresh United States and the “glorious” Soviet Union, represented by the …

With the COVID-19 pandemic hitting Argentina as hard as the rest of the continent despite what looked like a promising start, and with the economy continuing to show signs of deterioration, Alberto Fernández’s initially high approval ratings are taking …

It wasn’t long ago that Mauricio Macri handpicked Horacio Rodríguez Larreta as the candidate to succeed him as Buenos Aires City mayor, months before going on to become President in 2015. But Macri and Larreta are now going down different …

“You don’t repress the people,” Bolivian General Williams Kaliman told President Evo Morales. “This is what you taught us.” Evo’s excessive thirst for power had become toxic. After his third electoral mischief, he had to go. Alberto Fernández came

The 2019 presidential elections are roughly a year away, but we know Argentina is always in electoral mode anyway. Most politicians’ actions are interpreted based on the electoral impact they could have next time Argentines head to the polls and, …

As the “notebooks scandal” continues developing apace, Senator Miguel Ángel Pichetto is attempting to show that the personal is not political. The head of the Partido Justicialista bloc in Argentina’s Senate confirmed yesterday that the decision not to strip former …

In a cutting interview with Spain’s El País newspaper on MondaySenator Miguel Angel Pichetto attributed the ongoing crisis in Argentina to errors of diagnosis and malpractice on the part of President Mauricio Macri since the very start of

The schism between factions of Argentina’s General Confederation of Labor (CGT)—the country’s largest umbrella trade union—deepened yesterday afternoon after an unexpected decision by Hugo Moyano to split off from the organization. 

Moyano, Peronist labor and Secretary General of the CGT’s …