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Félix Díaz, a leader in the defense of indigenous peoples

Fighter for peace, defender of indigenous peoples, President of the Participatory Indigenous Consultative Council of the Republic of Argentina, lover of dialogue, declared apolitical, co-author with Araceli Maldonado of his biography “Qarashe. A fighter for his people and for the…

When reality is the opposite of etymology

From the “southern south” of Latin America, I come to raise my voice for those who are invisible (or a sector of them), who were strong, who created paths, and who grew up with nobility… Those who today are called…

Argentina does not sell out, it defends itself

We are experiencing institutional immunodeficiency in the face of a national government that acts as a serial violator of the national constitution. There is an urgent need to respond. By Miguel Julio Rodríguez Villafañe Malvinas, Antarctic, and South Atlantic Islands…

Are Argentina and the USA preparing an alternative route to the Panama Canal?

The star of the Argentine neoliberal firmament, Javier Milei, has become the living reflection of Trumpian incongruity, managing to make up for his lack of experience in public management with the media impact of his public interventions, while at the…

Argentina: the resumption of carnal relations with the United States

In a clear sign of the new carnal relations with the United States, Argentina’s libertarian President Javier Milei flew to Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world, to meet with the head of the US Southern Command, General Laura Richardson,…

Argentina: a nervous top and a bottom that is already moving

The application of neoliberal-libertarian dogma has plunged Argentina into its worst crisis in more than two decades in the space of a hundred days, thanks to a government that has – deliberately – pulverized the purchasing power of workers and…

A massive march for memory, truth and justice, on the first 24 March of a denialist government

A crowd gathered in the Plaza de Mayo this Sunday to commemorate the National Day of Remembrance for Truth and Justice, on the 48th anniversary of the coup d’état, on an unprecedented 24 March with a national government that, for…

Argentina: destabilization from within

A serious error in coordination and in the political relationship that unites them has led the Argentine president, Javier Milei, and his vice-president, Victoria Villarruel, to what seems to be the beginning of a new stage in an ultra-right government…

Argentina: Social peace (what little was left) at high risk

The sad events that took the lives of a taxi driver and a bus driver in the city of Rosario are well-known throughout the country. These events are being investigated by the courts, while the government, in a show of…

Cruelty and misogyny, are the keys to contempt for citizens’ rights

Javier Milei came to power by displaying his contempt for the expansion of rights in general, and the agenda of the women’s movement in particular (“violence has no gender”, “there is no wage gap”). His criticisms of what he calls…

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