opinion and analysis

AS I SEE IT

Trump survives the midterms

Seeing the Republican Party lose ground in the House did nothing to stop Trump from proclaiming himself the winner. He has a point.

Saturday 10 November, 2018

ON electoral risks

Can Macri lose in 2019?

Monzó confirmed he will not run for office next year and some speculate he will join the ranks of his former party. This is another self-inflicted wound for Macri, as all he wanted was greater influence, yet the president and Peña pushed him aside.

Saturday 3 November, 2018

ON THE SIP GENERAL ASSEMBLY

SIP cedes control in Salta

It saddens me that the Salta Declaration ended up being a document that benefits the large companies that dominate today’s digital world, namely Google and Facebook.

Saturday 27 October, 2018

FROM WHERE I STAND

We’re all in the same boat

I idly wondered if I could compare Argentina today to an orchestra, one in which all the sections and most of the members are playing a different tune, with nobody taking any notice of the conductor.

Saturday 20 October, 2018

AS I SEE IT

Macri tries talking tough

Macri’s tentative recovery can be attributed to his willingness to tell people that the next few years will be full of difficulties.

Saturday 6 October, 2018

ECONOMIC QUESTIONS

A wilder shade of pale

Perceiving Caputo’s removal as an IMF imposition would not be completely far-fetched – he and the IMF were at loggerheads over Central Bank intervention.

Saturday 29 September, 2018

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