Alberto Fernández
Alberto Fernández has brought Argentina’s women’s movement into his government, but meeting its expectations won’t be easy.
El ex presidente trató de sacar a las fuerzas armadas de la sombra de la dictadura. ¿Su sucesor cambiará el camino?
Unlike in the Kirchner era, misguided policies now would swiftly disrupt shale production in Vaca Muerta.
Mercosur's future hangs in the balance as Argentina and Brazil's relationship faces its most difficult moment in years.
Social media savvy and outspoken, Argentina's youngest voters are making Peronism cool again.
If elected, Fernández will have a hard time reviving the late president’s legacy.
Brazil’s 2002 crisis illuminates a way to calm investors, writes a longtime emerging markets economist.
Is the presidential hopeful distancing himself from his running mate?
More than ideology, Fernández’s pragmatism offers clues to how he’d govern.

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