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Argentine Vice President Sentenced to Six Years, Disqualified From Office

Argentine Vice President Fernandez de Kitchener has been sentenced to 6 years in prison and perpetual disqualification from holding public office for defrauding the State in the Highway case. She also served as the President of Argentina from 2007 to 2015. The sentence was given by judges Jorge Gorini, Rodrigo...

Argentina’s Money Woes

Argentina is once again running out of money. Although analysts have tried to pin different estimates on reserves and obligations, the Central Bank of Argentina has obfuscated just how much of a money pit they are in. The country is now on its third economic minister in a month, Sergio...

The IMF is Not Welcome in Buenos Aires

On Thursday March 10, thousands of protesters demonstrated at the National Congress in Buenos Aires against an imminent bill approving $45 billion in loans from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The Argentine state is already $18 billion in debt to the IMF, a debt steadily growing as 50% inflation plagues an...

Week's Recap

The EU Wants to Deploy to Artsakh

Two days ago on January 18th the EU released...

A Modern Dispute With Archaic Combat: Recapping Last Month’s Clash On The China-India Border

On December 11 this past year, the Chinese People’s...

World’s Oldest Person: The Life and Death of Sister André

On January 18th, Sister André, regarded as the world's...

Turkey Seeks to Bypass U.S. and Buy Weapons from UK

Turkish defense minister Hulusi Akar and his British counterpart,...
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