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Social Media: Americas: South America: Argentina

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Democracy consists of more than just elections
The author describes the domestic political situations in Argentina, Guatemala, Bolivia, Ecuador, and Venezuela and emphasizes the importance of democratic principles including civil liberties, fair e... Read More...


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China, Latin America: a dance of two strangers
This article discusses the growing economic, cultural, and military relationship between China and countries of Latin America and the Caribbean. By Tim Johnson (Knight Ridder News Service/Miami Heral... Read More...


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A Leap of Faith for Sovereign Default: From IMF Judgment Calls to Automatic Incentives
Discusses IMF monetary policy towards Argentina. By Adam Lerrick. (Cato Institute 2005) Read More...


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In Buenos Aires, A Friend in Need
Critics Question Protest Organizer's Support of Argentine Leader's Agenda. By Monte Reel. (The Washington Post Foreign Service, Monday, April 11, 2005) Read More...


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Can Debtors be Choosers?
The Implications of Argentina’s Struggle with IMF Debt for Highly Indebted Poor Countries Daniel Marx McCarthy, (Silver City, NM & Washington, DC: Foreign Policy In Focus, February 2005). Read More...


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Mercado Común del Sur (MERCOSUR)
Economic Integration Process in the South Cone. Its member countries are: Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. Read More...


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Association of Latin-American Integration. (ALADI)
ALADI is the largest Latin-American group of integration. It has twelve member countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela, tot... Read More...


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Breakdown in the Andes
The southern Andes, long known for social volatility and economic disarray, is on the verge of chaos. This need not be cause for fatalism, however. By Michael Shifter. (Foreign Affairs, 9/1/2004, $) Read More...


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The Allies Must Step Up
This article focuses on the importance of international involvement in the process of rebuilding Iraq, with a particular emphasis on the necessity of cooperation among members of the NATO alliance. By... Read More...


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IMF Executive Board Discusses Lessons from the Crisis in Argentina
Public Information Notice on on the lessons from the crisis in Argentina. (IMF, 11/17/2003) Read More...


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BBC Q&A: Argentina and the IMF
Argentina and the IMF may be in dispute over loan repayments and financial support in the aftermath of the huge financial crisis that engulfed its economy more than two years ago. BBC News Online expl... Read More...


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Most Argentines Back Their President, Not Debt
63% of the Argentines support President Nestor Kirchner's proposal to pay only a fraction of the nearly US$ 88 billion the country owes to international creditors, reports Jon Jeter (The Washington Po... Read More...


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Kirchner wants Argentina to be 'normal' country
Argentinian President Kirchner hopes to make his country serious and normal but the road he has chosen rises doubts, analyses Carlos Alberto Montaner. (Firmas Press, 01/09/2004) Read More...


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From Poster Child to Basket Case
Argentina's policymakers have since failed to revive the prosperity the nation once enjoyed. The result is a cautionary tale of how even the best-intentioned market reforms can miss their mark. By Ma... Read More...


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Lessons from Argentina's Debacle
Nobel Prize winner Joseph Stiglitz argues that the International Monetary Fund encourages failing policies, and that countries like Argentina ends up paying the price. This crisis can teach important ... Read More...


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Argentina, Shortchanged
Many economists reason that Argentina’s economic crisis resulted from the failure to implement IMF policies correctly and vigorously. Joseph Stiglitz disagrees, arguing that completely following the I... Read More...


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The Need to Come Clean in Argentina
Discusses the tasks President-elect Kirchner faces in Argentina. (Washington Post, 5/25/2003) Read More...


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Buenos Aires Herald (Argentina)
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Guardian Unlimited - Argentina (Argentina)
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