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Friday , 23 August 2019

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  • 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 ...

  • Argentina’s President Suffers Setback in Primary

    Argentina’s President Suffers Setback in Primary

    WSJ - Argentina’s pro-business President Mauricio Macri suffered a crushing setback in a primary election on Sunday, indicating that he may lose re-election in October’s election a ...

Trump Can Take the Lead in Latin America, But He Must Act Soon

Trump Can Take the Lead in Latin America, But He Must Act Soon

  Over the past few weeks, President Trump has deployed a very intense agenda when it comes to the international arena. This has played out in the form of ultimatum(s) to North Ko ...

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Facing Teachers’  Strikes: Two Proposed Solutions

Facing Teachers’ Strikes: Two Proposed Solutions

Mendoza province and Ecuador's leftist government show effective ways to tackle challenge.  Although the evidence from many years shows that the fact that children are in the clas ...

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Maduro Is Still Dangerous

Maduro Is Still Dangerous

Cuban writer Carlos Alberto Montaner explains why Maduro's regime is a threat to the region. Maduro had to rectify his unconstitutional behavior. Venezuela’s Attorney General, Lui ...

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The “Ravioli Factory” to be Fully Operational Within the Executive Branch

The “Ravioli Factory” to be Fully Operational Within the Executive Branch

Mariano Obarrio gives a detailed description of the growth of the Argentine State according to the number of dependencies within each ministry. The increase in the number of minis ...

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Hood Robin Protectionism: Taking From the People to Give to the Rich

Hood Robin Protectionism: Taking From the People to Give to the Rich

 Our director Aldo Abram explains why protectionism hurts everyone.     The pressure from sectors that compete with imports for the government to protect them keeps increasing. Th ...

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Deep State

Deep State

  LyP's economist Iván Carrino analysis how interests created around public spending can drive an expansion of the State and can affect a country's government.   Who rea ...

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Populism, The New Enemy of Democracy

Populism, The New Enemy of Democracy

    In this article that appeared on both El Pais (Spain) and La Nación (Argentina),  Nobel Prize winner Mario Vargas Llosa analyzes the threat populism poses to modern liberal de ...

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On Housing and Administrators

On Housing and Administrators

   Our executive director Agustín Etchebarne writes in Clarin about the housing sector in Buenos Aires.  Ana María Ugarte cannot pay the expenses for her one room apartment in Mat ...

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In Education, It´s Time to Learn

In Education, It´s Time to Learn

Edgardo Zablotsky, member of the National Academy of Education and Vice-Chancellor of the Universidad del CEMA, analysis Betsy DeVos´s policy and why school choice can improve edu ...

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CATO Handbook for Policymakers

CATO Handbook for Policymakers

Any libertarian interested in creating effective policies should read CATO´s latest handbook.   Lear more about CATO    ...

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