Mauricio Macri’s first task as president is to navigate the economic fallout from the Kirchner administrations.
The direction of politics is changing in three countries that have long stood at the forefront of Latin America’s leftist populist movement.
Although few would imagine that the Falkland Islands dispute would recreate instability in Anglo-Argentine relations, new developments are threatening to do just that.
Last week, a U.S. Court ruled once again against Argentina in the country’s debt-fight against a small group of holdout creditors. This ruling—and past ones on the same issue—are not only misguided, but bad foreign policy.