Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner
El ex presidente trató de sacar a las fuerzas armadas de la sombra de la dictadura. ¿Su sucesor cambiará el camino?
For 58 days, Latin America made history as four women served simultaneously as heads of state.
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.
The strange case of extremes converging at the center.
More than ideology, Fernández’s pragmatism offers clues to how he’d govern.
A breakdown of current and former heads of state in prison or awaiting trial in Latin America.
A questionable court ruling could bolster suspicions about politicized courts in Argentina.
The president's center-right coalition swept Argentina's biggest provinces in mid-term elections, opening his path to re-election in 2019.

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