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The “Venezuela Issue” Is Making Argentina’s Gov’t Dysfunctional

The Venezuela issue dominated the political agenda a few weeks ago in Argentina. The focus was put on the country’s position before different multilateral organizations, namely the United Nations and the Organization of American States, where Argentina’s representatives voted for and against a series of reports accusing the Nicolás Maduro’s government of the systematic violation of human rights, including 7,000 executions.
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Explaining Argentina's Financial Crisis: Macri, Cristina And The Specter Of Populism

Financial turbulence is a hard thing to explain, as it is generally kicked off by emotional reactions. Much ink has been spent on analyzing irrational behavior in markets, yet these runs, which generate negative feedback loops that are by definition chaotic and therefore destructive, are also the consequence of real situations of stress, as is the case currently in Argentina.
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Argentina Out Of Ideas: Caputo, The Last Messiah

For the first time since taking office, Argentinian President Mauricio Macri has been at a complete loss as to what to do. es un sitio web oficial del Gobierno Argentino