The Architect of the Holocaust Denied His Guilt Until His Dying Day

New letters released Wednesday show Adolf Eichmann's pleas for amnesty.


The Hunt for Justice

Documenting the legacy of a secret — and brutal — alliance of Latin American states against suspected leftists.


Argentina’s New President Wants to Change the Way Latin America Does Business

Mauricio Macri is taking power with a mandate to jumpstart his country's flagging economy. But can he tip the region towards free trade?


The Perverse Game Theory of Argentina’s Messed-Up Election

Here’s how each candidate can win Sunday’s vote for the presidency. Warning: this gets weird.


It’s All (Still) Coming Up Cristina

No matter who wins Argentina's upcoming presidential elections, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is poised to remain a powerful influence.

Shadow Government

Is Argentina’s Presidential Frontrunner the Next Hero of Latin America’s Left?

Daniel Scioli, who won the most votes on Aug. 10 in the first round of Argentina’s presidential primaries, is the apparent favorite of Latin America’s ...


The Man Who Could Save Argentina’s Economy

Daniel Scioli is poised to take the nomination in this weekend's primary election. If he wins the presidency in October can he undo more than a decade of Kirchner damage?

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