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?


FP’s Guide to the Oscars’ Foreign Film Nominees

From Argentina to Mali to Russia, this year's crop of Academy Award contenders provide a reality check on life abroad.


Prosecutor Forwards Case Against Kirchner in Probe of Bombing Cover-Up

The decision sets the stage for a showdown between the president and the judiciary.


No Hablo Chino: Argentine President Mocks Chinese Accents

Argentina's president tested out a Chinese accent on Twitter Wednesday.


Can Argentina Find Justice Without Alberto Nisman?

The prosecutor investigating the 1994 bombing of a Jewish center has died suspiciously. He may have been Argentina's last hope for finding the truth.


A Short History of Vultures

Long before Argentina’s latest default, there was Elliott Associates L.P. v. Republic of Panama.

The Oil and the Glory

The politics of drilling in the dark zone

In late January, Spain's Repsol began drilling in the Northbelt Thrust, a stretch of the offshore Caribbean that may contain 6 billion barrels of oil. ...

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