A week before Alberto Fernández's first visit to the Argentine Pope, can the new found friendliness between the sides hold?
Contrary to expectations, the head of the Catholic Church has turned out to be more friend than foe for Peronist administrations
A hike on export duties days after the government change has brought back memories of past conflicts with the countryside
Kirchnerites, Peronist governors, unions, social movements, and Massa allies will all hold a stake in the new administration
CGT and CTA labor leaders suggest curbing of salary demands as part of "social pact" to address inflation
The former president was one of the clear winners of Argentina's 2019 election cycle
Government changes tone after primary defeat focusing on abortion, immigration and some unlikely economic promises
UCR victory lifted spirits, but President's "Yes We Can" campaign tour is mostly aimed at keeping the base rallied up
Accusations of authoritarianism and anti-capitalism have abounded in the campaign. What do the records show?
The Fernández-Fernández ticket is accusing the government of populism and Venezuela-like economic problems. But will the strategy be believable?