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AQ Podcast: Another Default? What It Means for Argentina

A default would be more painful - and politically costly - than in years past.
Nikita Kataev

For the third time in just two decades, Argentina finds itself on the brink of defaulting on its foreign debt. As the government rushes to reach a deal with creditors, AQ‘s Editor-in-chief Brian Winter speaks to the Woodrow Wilson Center’s Benjamin Gedan about the implications of a default on Argentina’s fragile economy and rocky political landscape.

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Guests:

Benjamin Gedan is the deputy director the Wilson Center’s Latin American Program and the director of its Argentina Project.

Brian Winter is the editor-in-chief of Americas Quarterly.  

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