Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner
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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.
Popular, persistent and under investigation: Why former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner may be gearing up for a congressional run.

Today, Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner will kick off her state visit to Russia with a meeting of members of the Russian and Argentine business communities in Moscow.

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