Government changes tone after primary defeat focusing on abortion, immigration and some unlikely economic promises
Last October 1st, The Essential organized a debate panel at American University, in Washington DC, to discuss the present and future of Argentina's politics and economy.
UCR victory lifted spirits, but President's "Yes We Can" campaign tour is mostly aimed at keeping the base rallied up
Social movements take to the streets despite Macri and Fernández's wishes, as poverty and unemployment continue to rise
Accusations of authoritarianism and anti-capitalism have abounded in the campaign. What do the records show?
Peronist hopes of upsetting Macri ally Rodríguez Larreta have grown after Fernández's landslide national win
Judges dust off cases involving the current administration, while investigations against Kirchnerites take the back seat
President greets biggest support rally in his term from his Casa Rosada balcony, but political fragility remains
Peronism could reach a majority in both chambers by negotiating with a few minority parties
After a week in which the President blamed the opposition for the economic crisis, the candidates finally spoke on the phone