Category Archives: Argentina

Mar 3 2012

Argentina’s foreign policy in Kirchner’s second term

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By Federico Merke Since the return to democracy in 1983, Argentina’s foreign policy has been tied to the changing patterns of its political system and development model. In the 80’s, the main problem was the country’s democratic stability and the … Continue reading

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Feb 23 2012

Politics and the Falklands

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By George Philip A few months ago, British Foreign Secretary William Hague made a speech at Canning House in which he promised upgraded and more constructive relations with Latin America. It is fair to say that this promise has not … Continue reading

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Nov 8 2011

Argentina: Explaining Cristina’s victory

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By Ignacio Labaqui Just as expected, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (CFK) obtained a landslide victory in the 23 October presidential elections and secured a second term in office. CFK not only won nearly 54 percent of the vote, she also … Continue reading

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