¿Podrá lograr Fernández renegociar exitosamente la deuda con acreedores privados? El objetivo de hacerlo antes del fin del primer trimestre parece algo difícil, pero es posible pensar en cuatro escenarios alternativos, con distintas consecuencias políticas y económicas.
Argentina’s incoming President Alberto Fernández faces the almost impossible task of fixing the country’s economy. What are the policies that the next government holds in store and what are the costs it’s willing to bear?
In the 21 episode of “Two gringos with questions,” Chris and Ken speak to Jon Lee about National Security Advisor John Bolton’s recent firing, its effect on the administration’s foreign policy in Venezuela and the future of journalism in Latin America.
Social Inclusion, Minority Groups & Discrimination
In the fourth episode of two gringos with questions, your hosts Chris and Ken talk to Francisco Rodriguez, Managing Director and Chief Economist of Torino Economics on Latin America’s 2019 economic forecast, Venezuela’s economic situation, and the case for not boycotting Venezuelan elections.
Mercosur must modernize to adapt to a new international geopolitical reality, but there’s no clear path forward. If it can’t reform, Mercosur risks joining the long list of failed dreams of regional integration.
The reports examine five specific areas—transnational security challenges, institutional capacity, economic growth, demographics, and technology—and how they will shape politics, economic and U.S. relations in South America by 2030.