Argentina's working-class movement struggles to keep its myth alive, with excuses as its best asset and adversaries looking livelier
How does Alberto Fernández poll in each province? And which local leaders are the most and least popular with their electorates?
Although the ruling coalition lacks a unified ideological identity, President and VP are closer than the opposition (and some allies) make it seem
The ruling and opposition coalitions share a similar structure: some prone to negotiation, some ideologically firm, and outsiders taking aim from the flanks
The strongman in Buenos Aires Province's Security Ministry that is a headache for President Fernández but loyal to Cristina Kirchner
Did VP Cristina Kirchner open the door for allies to take aim at the President?
Showing progress with debt negotiations looks like a more feasible short-term target than overcoming the novel coronavirus
Common interests and similar political styles have put the Peronist president and PRO mayor on the same page since the transition
More important than his ministers, Alberto Fernández's inner circle is only second to Cristina Kirchner in terms of influence with the President
Defaults and hyperinflations have historically created clean slates to restart the economy, but at massive cost for those involved