Open Democracy - Reino Unido
01/11/2019Argentina Open Democracy - Reino Unido Politica Latinoamericana
Elections in Colombia, Argentina, Uruguay and Bolivia have produced both surprising and predictable results.
24/10/2019Argentina Open Democracy - Reino Unido Política Internacional Diana Cariboni
Argentina and Uruguay voters face surge of religious and conservative candidates in weekend elections
Both countries head to the polls this Sunday, where unprecedented numbers of candidates oppose sexual and reproductive rights
10/10/2019Argentina Open Democracy - Reino Unido Política Pablo Stefanoni
If Peronism/ Kirchnerism win, we will witness how this space will be reinvented, surely it will be different from the Kirchnerism which we know. Although this piece was written in June 2019, before the Argentine primaries that took Mauricio Macri out of the game, this analysis is still very relevant a few weeks after the October 27 presidential elections.
09/04/2019Argentina Open Democracy - Reino Unido Política Ana Soledad Montero
Macrism hoping for re-election, Kirchnerism bargaining on a comeback, and a coalition wishing to put an end toLa Grieta-this is how the Argentine electoral scene looks like.
05/01/2018Política Open Democracy - Reino Unido Política Internacional Manuel Nunes Ramirez Ferraro
Defending media freedom has never been so important. Governments are becoming subtler in attempting to hide the truth. Journalists must become subtler too in uncovering it.
As for Argentina, legislation enacted by President Macri encourages greater concentration of media ownership, which is already enormous, thus endangering pluralism and ultimately determining the disappearance of local media.
18/10/2017Argentina Open Democracy - Reino Unido Política
The revolution to build democratic ‘stability’ and peace based on human rights and respect for citizen participation is an open-ended process in which dialogue, negotiation and participation are vital and ‘immortal’ cornerstones. Español
27/09/2017Política Open Democracy - Reino Unido Politica Latinoamericana Azucena Morán
For collective remembrance of crimes to go beyond storytelling and momentary indignation, citizens should be involved in the ideation, creation and dissemination of memory.