Con Cristina, Argentina se aisló del mundo. Con Macri cambiamos: volvimos a Occidente y peleamos por la Secretaría General de las Naciones Unidas. Aislarse es malo, someterse también. ¿Puede Argentina equilibrar su política exterior?
After being celebrated as the most successful case of democratic consolidation and economic development in Latin America since 1990, Chile has now lost its appeal. In the meantime, other countries in Latin America have embraced market-friendly policies and have experienced sustained growth.
In Argentina this week a judge froze Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s (CFK) assets. The step was taken as a prosecutor investigates charges concerning the mishandling of U.S. dollars in futures market. But this is hardly the only headache the former president has right now. She is also being investigated for money laundering through her hotels in Patagonia. And a number […]
En sus primeros meses como presidente, Macri ha implementado rápidas reformas, en varios casos con amplio apoyo político aun siendo minoría en el Congreso, pero también con altos costos sociales. La clave para su éxito electoral en 2017 es controlar la inflación. ¿Logrará superar su mayor desafío?
The program includes a wide-ranging analysis of corruption in Argentina, along with a deep analysis of corruption in Honduras and how the opposition in that country is concerned that the country is slipping toward authoritarianism.
President Barack Obama and his historic trip to Cuba provide the central themes on Latin Pulse this week. The program includes news about various details of Obama’s trip to Cuba and Argentina, and in-depth analysis of the political, human rights, and business changes resonating through both countries after the trip.
Today, President Obama will stand in the Park of Memory in Buenos Aires, along the edge of the River Plate, to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the day the military seized power in Argentina, beginning the Dirty War.