Category Archives: Argentina

Los movimientos y las deudas

Por Lucía Cavallero Durante la pandemia, el gesto mismo de moverse, de desplazarse, señaliza una división de recursos. La interpelación a quedarse en casa es también un llamado generalizado a volver objeto de pensamiento el mínimo movimiento. Nunca antes estuvimos … Continue reading

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Programming a Better World

By Carolina Hadad A wide gender gap has persisted over the years at all levels of STEM disciplines throughout the world. Although the participation of women in higher education has increased, they are still underrepresented. Latin America is no exception. … Continue reading

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Legal Representation for Refugees in Argentina

By Sabrina Vecchioni Granting protection for refugees is a historical and current issue that concerns individual states and the broader international community. In the last two decades, the global displaced population has grown from 33.9 million in 1997 to 65.6 … Continue reading

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Latin America Moves Forward with Renewable Energy

By Steve Weissman You don’t need to convince the farmers in Bolivia’s Altiplano that their climate is changing, as weather patterns and drought become consistently more severe. Glaciers have retreated. Snow pack is short-lived. People living and working in these communities … Continue reading

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A New Opportunity for Argentina

By Roberto Guareschi Mauricio Macri is taking office after defeating the Peronist candidate in Argentina’s presidential elections earlier this month. This marks one more step towards the end of populism. Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is leaving office after twelve years, … Continue reading

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Nueva oportunidad para Argentina

Por Roberto Guareschi Mauricio Macri asume la presidencia de Argentina luego de derrotar al peronismo. Un paso más hacia el fin del populismo. Cristina Fernández de Kirchner se irá de la presidencia de Argentina, al cabo de doce años, contando … Continue reading

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Argentina’s Presidential Election and the Energy Sector

By Luis Ferreira Alvarez Argentines will go to the polls later this year and elect a new president, ending 12 years of ‘Kirchnerite’ rule. A change in administration could lead to a revolution in Argentina’s energy sector, which has seen … Continue reading

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Fin del populismo en Argentina… (por ahora)

(Cristina Kirchner, presidente de Argentina en el Encuentro de los Jefes de Estado de Mercosur, Brasilia, Brasil. Diciembre, 2012. Foto: Eduardo Aigner.) Por Roberto Guareschi La Argentina llega boqueando a las elecciones presidenciales de octubre. Cristina Fernández de Kirchner deja un … Continue reading

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Argentina Past and Future

(Cristina Kirchner, president of Argentina at the Meeting of Mercosur heads of state, Brasilia, Brazil. December, 2012. Photo: Eduardo Aigner) Argentina Past and Future By Roberto Guareschi Argentina is approaching its October presidential elections gasping for air. Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is … Continue reading

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Mercosur: The Need for Reforms

By Luis Ferreira Alvarez As Brazil and Argentina continue in recession, the Southern Common Market (Mercosur/Mercosul) provides them with a regional mechanism to restore economic growth. However, Mercosur has abandoned its free trade vision, instead becoming a protectionist organization. Reforming … Continue reading

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