As the most heralded success or as the pink elephant in the room, employment in Argentina casts a long shadow for this October presidential election. Por Pablo Heidrich
As the presidential race unfolds, internet starts playing a crucial role for candidates to transmit their image and ideas. YouTube is the new diva that joins the tool set of campaigners. Roberto Lavagna has recently inaugurated his video campaign on this site. Por Hugo Passarello Luna
Desde comienzos de los años 1990, la Corte Suprema de Justicia de la Nación ha estado en el ojo de la tormenta. Presentamos algunas reflexiones sobre su evolución, situación actual y las perspectivas en miras de las elecciones presidenciales de 2007. Por Alvaro Herrero
Understanding the difference between the best anti-inflationary policy in political terms and the best one in economic terms might be a key to understand the relationship between economic policymaking and electoral results. Por Pablo Heidrich
Last month another high-ranking member of Buenos Aires city government left their post because of differences with Jorge Telerman, the mayor. Por Hugo Passarello Luna
¿Qué tienen en común la crisis en el INDEC, el fuego en el buque Almirante Irizar o la inseguridad que hace tanto nos agobia? Por Santiago Mariani
As George W. Bush was landing in Uruguayan soil, Hugo Chávez was giving a two hours speech across the river Rio de la Plata.
Early this week, Engineer Mauricio Macri, from the center right party PRO (Compromiso para el Cambio), finally decided to run for Governor of the City of Buenos Aires. For the past several months Mr. Macri has been eluding the decision of whether to run for President or for the capital.
One more potential candidate was suddenly added to the race for governing the powerful Province of Buenos Aires. As it is typical from Kirchner`s government, confusion reigns in the months before defining a candidate.
Argentina: The defeat in Misiones has obliged Kirchner`s government to reorganize and prepare for next year’s elections.