Argentina: Defeat was not Only Macri’s, but of Neoliberalism and IMF. How to get out of this Quagmire?

By Aram Aharonian The defeat of the neoliberal restoration model of the International Monetary Fund and of American policies, led

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Argentina’s Presidential Election 2019 – is this the Year that the Latin American Left Launches a Counter-Offensive?

By Fiona Edwards The prospect of the left gaining an electoral victory this autumn in Argentina, one of Latin America’s

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“Macri is a new Nero”: Podemos’ Juan Carlos Monedero (Interview)

The Spaniard who knows most about Latin America analyzes the novelty of the Frente de Todos and why its campaign

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Meet Evo Morales’ New Dog

The president of the Plurinational State of Bolivia, Evo Morales, posted through his Twitter account a photo of his dog

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Argentinean Primary Elections: A Victory that Hit Trump and Netanyahu

By Carlos Aznarez Primary elections are evidently not definitive elections. But with more than a 15% of difference between the

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Primaries in Argentina: Right Loses in a Landslide, Revolutionary Socialist Left Wins 700,000 Votes

The primary elections in Argentina on Sunday were a stunning defeat for right-wing president Mauricio Macri. The center-left opposition under

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Evidence Nelson Bocaranda Was Paid UK Propagandist During Malvinas (Falklands) War

The historian and representative of Venezuela before the United Nations Organization (UN), Samuel Moncada, presented Monday evidence of journalist Nelson

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Opposition Delivers a Blow to Macri in Argentina’s Primary Elections

By Luis Bruschtein Yesterday Argentine President Mauricio Macri recognized it was “a bad election” without giving any figures, without explaining

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Argentina Social Leader Files Suit Against Macri for IMF Deal

The social leader denounced that the money received by the IMF has been used to stabilize the dollar for electoral

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Argentina: Marcelo Mindlin, the Hidden Name Behind the Blackout

Transener, one of the companies that operates the line that fell, distributed $3,300 million pesos (US$ 76 million) in cash

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