Politics

Immigration and Xenophobia in Argentina

29th November 2018

While a century ago immigrants might have arrived to Argentina on a ship from Italy or Spain, today’s newcomers are more likely to arrive on a bus from Paraguay or Bolivia. Lately, they’ve been having a hard time.

Consensus or Chaos in the G20 Communiqué?

29th November 2018

This year, for the first time in the summit’s 25-year history, leaders were unable to issue a communiqué, citing continued disagreement on cross-Pacific trade between the U.S. and China.

Divided and Unconquered: Argentina at the G20

29th November 2018

Recent coalition infighting stems from issues with the Radical Civic Union (UCR), the centrist, social-liberal political party aligned with Cambiemos in Congress. UCR representatives have recently threatened to realign themselves in opposition.

Is Argentina a Safe Country?

22nd November 2018

One week out from the G20, with national and municipal government officials already hasta las manos in summit preparations, these events begged the question: is Argentina a safe country?

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