The Organization Helping Young Argentines Reach for the Stars
Ignacio Peña’s Open Space puts on student competitions for space technology. Now, a winning idea is in space.
What’s Ahead for Alberto Fernández’s Last Year in Office?
With hopes pinned on a new economy minister, several factors could disrupt the country’s fragile stability.
Can Anyone Stop Argentina’s Great Unraveling?
A workable solution must address the country’s dense web of special privileges.
AQ’s Summer Playlist: Shagrada Medra’s Independent Rhythms
In a rural corner of Argentina, this music label has spent decades cultivating a unique sound.
Why Argentina’s Export Boom Is Falling Short
Government policy, macroeconomic trouble and political crisis are holding the country back.
AQ Podcast: Crisis in Argentina & the Road to 2023 Elections
The surprise resignation of the economy minister has opened up a new chapter in Argentina’s long-running political and economic crisis.
Four Scenarios for Argentina’s Inflation Crisis
History suggests that inflation’s path will determine the outcome of the 2023 elections.
Reimagining Shakespeare’s Misunderstood Women
An Argentine director’s film series turns the Bard’s plays inside out to find new roles for female characters.
In Tattoos, Protests and Street Art, Perón’s Legacy Lives On
Argentines are still commemorating, and arguing over, Juan and Eva Perón, as this photo essay shows.
Javier Milei’s Unexpected Rise
A brash libertarian is disrupting Argentina’s political duopoly.
Letter to the Editor: A Novel Idea for Argentina & the IMF
Using IMF “surcharges” to fund environmental protection projects could help ensure a lasting deal, the authors write.
Argentina and the IMF: A Never Ending Story
A recent agreement with the lender does little to solve underlying problems.
Máximo Kirchner’s Big Gamble
The Argentine politician’s dissent from the government over an IMF deal deepens divisions within the ruling coalition.
OECD: Still a Long Road Ahead for Argentina, Brazil and Peru
Economists weigh in on what membership in the “club of rich nations” could mean for their countries.
Argentina’s Creative Work to Get Kids Back in Class
In the outskirts of Buenos Aires, aggressive outreach programs aim to reduce dropout rates. Is it enough?