The World This Week: Power is the Ultimate Aphrodisiac

Feb 27, 2015

Power is addictive whether it is Buenos Aires or London, and not many want to share it. Once upon a time, not a very long time ago, Argentina was the tenth richest economy in the world. A hundred years ago, the glorious Retiro railway station came into being. From 1871 to 1914, the Argentine...

Who’s Marching in Argentina?

Feb 22, 2015

With the president under investigation for corruption, the year ahead will be an interesting moment for Argentina. Argentine politics have never been straightforward. A tangled string of opinions, views, emotions and realities have...

The World This Week: Democracy is Messy

Feb 06, 2015

This week, three Latin American countries are under the spotlight. For years, countries in Latin America were ruled by military dictators. Finally, democracy is taking root. Now, these countries are facing the perpetual questions that every democracy has to confront. How does a democracy further...

The Argentine and Iranian Tango

Jan 28, 2013

One cannot help but ask why, after 18 years of mishandled investigations, corruption charges, and cover-ups, are Iran and Argentina discussing the 1994 AMIA Terrorist Attack. The Iranian and Argentine governments recently signed a bilateral memorandum of understanding, establishing a "truth...