Surprisingly, Chile Is Still a Role Model for Argentina
At a time of acute crisis in Argentina, politicians on both left and right have cited their neighbor as an example to follow.
Photo Essay: What Lithium Extraction Looks Like in Rural Argentina
In Catamarca province, multi-billion-dollar projects are bringing changes to daily life for rural and Indigenous communities.
AQ Podcast | Argentina’s Elections And Reasons For Hope
As Argentina’s elections approach in October, a political risk consultant argues that despite the current crisis, there are reasons for optimism in the medium term.
Can Argentina’s Time Bomb Be Defused?
As this year’s election nears, so does the danger of repeating a dynamic where each outgoing government leaves the next with pressing problems to solve.
As Argentina’s Economy Sputters, Security Concerns Shape Its Campaign
Even as inflation nears triple digits, opposition politicians see opportunity in Argentines’ concerns over safety and organized crime.
Can a Pipeline Fix Argentina’s Economy—and Sway the Election?
President Fernández and Finance Minister Massa are hoping Vaca Muerta will help the country export its way out of stagnation—starting before this year’s presidential election.
Mariana Enríquez’s Meaningful Monsters
An Argentine novel uses the supernatural to explore abuses of power in the country’s past and present.
At CELAC Summit, Left-Wing Leaders May Not Find Agreement
With the region’s leaders gathering in Buenos Aires, disagreements threaten to spoil chances for collaboration.
Meet the Candidates: Argentina
Argentines will vote for president in October amid high inflation and political polarization.
AQ Podcast Bonus Edition: What Victory Means for Argentina
An Argentine political scientist and football fan shares her reflections after her country’s third World Cup win.
Can Argentina’s Moderates Go the Distance?
Buenos Aires Mayor Horacio Rodríguez Larreta pledges to bridge the political divides that have begun to wear on many Argentines.
Argentina Could Really Use a Win
Politics and soccer mix everywhere, but this year it’s not just the government hoping for a championship to lighten the national mood.
AQ Podcast | Argentina: Trying to Avoid Another 2001
Benjamin Gedan on the crisis brewing in the South American country.
For Latin America, Will Booming Lithium Bring Competition—or Collaboration?
Increasing global demand for the mineral could benefit countries with the world’s largest reserves.
Graphic: Argentina’s Young Politicians
AQ looks at indicators measuring youth participation in politics—and profiles leading politicians age 40 and under.