We also take a look at Argentina, where the far-right wing, neoliberal regime of Mauricio Macri has finally come to an end with the swearing-in of the left-wing Alberto Fernandez and Cristina Fernández de Kirchner.
After 4 miserable years of Macrismo, Argentina bids farewell to the right-wing government and welcomes the progressive government of the Frente de Todos coalition
Juan Grabois of the Confederation of Workers of the Popular Economy discusses the defeat of Macri in the recent elections in Argentina and the challenges ahead
As indicated in the primary elections, Alberto Fernández of the Frente de Todos coalition defeated incumbent president Mauricio Macri in the first round
The elections today in Argentina could serve as another spark of hope for the continent, a strong rejection of the neoliberal model, militarization and subservience to imperialist interests
The struggling Argentine peso suffered a significant loss in value after the defeat of Mauricio Macri in the primary elections. We spoke to Argentine economist Emiliano López about how and why this occurred
The further devaluation of the Argentine peso last week has plunged the working class of Argentina into further economic insecurity and instability
Manuel Bertoldi, an Argentine social leader from the platform of social movements Frente Patria Grande, analyzes the importance of the victory of the left-wing candidate in the primary elections, recently held in the country.
In this episode of Around the World in 8 Minutes we bring you stories on the elections in Argentina and protests in Honduras and Kashmir
The results show that Argentines have had enough of Macri’s neoliberal and repressive policies and are ready for a more progressive government
Left-wing academics and politicians from across the world spoke at the forum, which served as the official opening to the 8th edition of the Latin American and Caribbean Conference of Social Sciences (CLACSO)
The return of IMF ‘oversight’ over Argentina’s economy means sharp cuts in social security, wage stagnation, crackdowns on protesters and left-wing politicians, and huge profits for finance capital. A new dossier by Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research looks at the crisis and the possibilities of resistance