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Tuesday , 17 September 2019

Category: Politics and Society

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  • Argentine fiscal deficit source of economic woes

    Argentine fiscal deficit source of economic woes

    BUENOS AIRES, Aug. 22 (Xinhua) -- Argentina's large fiscal deficit is "the main source of all the instability" affecting the country's macroeconomic variables, according to economi ...

  • How does populism rule without money?

    How does populism rule without money?

    The uncertainty generated by the possible triumph of Fernández -Fernández is big and impossible to clear at the moment. Naturally, the markets reacted with a 30% devaluation and a ...

  • Argentina’s Crisis Has Already Impacted Brazil And Venezuela

    Argentina’s Crisis Has Already Impacted Brazil And Venezuela

    Panampost – Argentina’s political and economic problems, unleashed after Sunday’s election result, have already surpassed national borders. The impact generated by Alberto Fernande ...

  • A bad step in PASO elections

    A bad step in PASO elections

    INFOBAE - The first effective sampling of the electoral process reveals an extremely adverse result for the government. Missing the first round and eventually a second, but the exe ...

Vicente Massot: “Now That Reelection Rests Only  On Macri’s Will, The Road Has Been Cleared”.

Vicente Massot: “Now That Reelection Rests Only On Macri’s Will, The Road Has Been Cleared”.

A protagonist of the breakfast cycle Libertad y Progreso and the Naumann Foundation holds at the Feirs Park Hotel, analyst and writer Vicente Massot stated that the government's v ...

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In Education, Quality and Inclusion Are Not Enough

In Education, Quality and Inclusion Are Not Enough

Edgardo Zablotsky, member of the National Academy of Education and Vice-Chancellor of the University of CEMA explains education reform in Argentina.   It has been several day ...

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Will This Election Mark the End of Peronism?

Will This Election Mark the End of Peronism?

In its 72 years of history this movement has been declared dead several times. Will it survive the latest one? What transformation will we see?   The Peronism Movement has su ...

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From Polarization to Persecution: Lessons from Argentina’s Media War

From Polarization to Persecution: Lessons from Argentina’s Media War

President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner delivers a speech at Buenos Aires’ Plaza de Mayo, April 2008.   On July 2nd, Donald Trump tweeted an edited video of himself beating ...

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No, Growth is Not a Result of Demand

No, Growth is Not a Result of Demand

Counterintuitive  Economics The  Keynesian fallacy fails to take into account basic economic logic. Yesterday evening I was invited by facundo Ramirez to the "Universidad Nacional ...

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Cristina Gives an Interview

Cristina Gives an Interview

She’s back. After slowing down for a few weeks after the primaries, the campaign for October’s midterm elections has resumed and Cristina Kirchner, former president and candidate ...

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The Lost Honor of Latin America’s Hard Left

The Lost Honor of Latin America’s Hard Left

 As right-wing dictators wreaked havoc on Latin America during the last century, left-wing movements played a major role in the struggle for democracy. At that time, such movement ...

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The Infernal Business of Social Programs

The Infernal Business of Social Programs

Roberto Cachanosky explains why ending poverty poverty and social plans would be the worst possible business for politicians.   Social plans became a big business for Kirchner's g ...

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Solzhenitsyn’s Russian Revolution

Solzhenitsyn’s Russian Revolution

A grant from an anonymous donor is enabling the late Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s epic cycle of novels about the Russian Revolution – a work which was the Soviet dissident writer’s “l ...

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Electoral Dance

Electoral Dance

On Sunday Argentina went through primaries for October’s midterm elections, and the big news was the continuous success of the Cambiemos alliance. Cambiemos performed much better ...

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