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On This Day In… 1865: Welsh Settlers Arrive in Patagonia

On This Day In… 1865: Welsh Settlers Arrive in Patagonia

On 28th July, 1865, around 150 Welsh nonconformists reached the end of a long sea journey, dreaming of a new life in an idyllic utopia. They had actually reached barren Patagonia, but that didn’t stop them.

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The Audiovisual Seduction

The Audiovisual Seduction

In this month’s Le Monde Diplomatique editorial, José Natason analyses the audiovisual strategy of Kirchnerism ahead of the October elections.

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The Minute-by-Minute Democracy

The Minute-by-Minute Democracy

In this month’s editorial, José Natanson uses the concept of ‘delegative democracy’ to analyse the upcoming elections and the context within which the next president will take office.

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‘We Want Them Alive’ – The Ayotzinapa Convoy in Buenos Aires

‘We Want Them Alive’ – The Ayotzinapa Convoy in Buenos Aires

The Indy attended protests and marches led by relatives of the 43 disappeared Ayotzinapa students, who were in Buenos AIres as part of a ‘convoy’ around South America. This is the account of the day.

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The Three Latin Americas

The Three Latin Americas

José Natanson analyses the cracks that delineate three clearly defined political sub-regions within Latin America: Central America, the Andean countries, and the Atlantic axis.

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The Four Paradoxes of the Election Campaign

The Four Paradoxes of the Election Campaign

In this exclusive translation for The Indy, José Natanson analyses the four political paradoxes that are shaping the campaign ahead of this year’s elections.

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Nisman is Everyone, Nisman Was No One

Nisman is Everyone, Nisman Was No One

Horacio Tarcus, director of the CeDInCI at the University of San Martín, places the Nisman case in a predictable tug-of-war between remixed nationalists and reloaded liberals.

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‘A Radical Pope': Austen Ivereigh on Pope Francis

‘A Radical Pope': Austen Ivereigh on Pope Francis

Erika Teichert sits down with Austen Ivereigh to talk about his new book, a deep look into Pope Francis’ background, and how his life in Argentina has shaped his views on religion and politics.

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The Argentine Centrifuge

The Argentine Centrifuge

José Natanson of Le Monde Diplomatique analyses the centrifugal and anti-cooperative forces that shape the dynamics of the Argentine political system.

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Time to Take Interpol Out of the AMIA Bombing Saga

Time to Take Interpol Out of the AMIA Bombing Saga

Former Interpol General Counsel and Director of Legal Affairs, Dr Rutsel S. J. Martha, shares his views on the political use of the Interpol red notices in the AMIA case.

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