The country defaulted on its foreign debt five times in its history, with 2019 being the latest in an episode that might still not be over
Defaults and hyperinflations have historically created clean slates to restart the economy, but at massive cost for those involved
Although his base will be better off with the reform, protests and challenges in courts from the middle class are likely
How Chile’s market-friendly economy became bipartisan and trend-setting, and why it is now falling from grace
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
Overturning a 17-point deficit is unlikely, but history shows Macri should retain his base
Accusations of authoritarianism and anti-capitalism have abounded in the campaign. What do the records show?