The lender’s emergency role means it must always deal with risk, a former official writes.
The world's seventh-largest economy needs a foreign policy that matches rhetoric with capabilities.
The IMF decision to censure Argentina has yet again raised concern about the country’s financial future.

Top stories this week are likely to include: Cubans re-elect President Raúl Castro in one-party elections; Argentine Foreign Minister Héctor Timerman travels to London; Paraguay investigates the death of Lino Oviedo; Argentina reacts to the IMF after being censured; Mexican authorities conclude rescue efforts after PEMEX explosion.


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