Critics of Fernández's approach to the pandemic are gaining space in public discourse
Common interests and similar political styles have put the Peronist president and PRO mayor on the same page since the transition
Defaults and hyperinflations have historically created clean slates to restart the economy, but at massive cost for those involved
Country would turn into Latin America's largest pro-choice nation if presidential bill passes through Congress
How do the last two presidential State of the Union addresses to Congress compare?
Argentina's CPI saw its second-best result since the May 2018 crisis, but a deeper look raises questions on sustainability
Presidential support improved since Alberto Fernández took office, but remains below that of Macri's early days
Although his base will be better off with the reform, protests and challenges in courts from the middle class are likely
Former president spoke about his government's debt crisis and accepted a role at the FIFA football association
A week before Alberto Fernández's first visit to the Argentine Pope, can the new found friendliness between the sides hold?