Archive | Opinion

Argentina vs Vulture Funds: Wishing Won’t Make It So

Argentina vs Vulture Funds: Wishing Won’t Make It So

An article describing how President Obama could end Argentina’s default saga has gone viral, even cited by President Fernández in a televised speech. Trouble is, says Jeff Herzbach, it’s not entirely true.

Posted in Opinion, TOP STORY1 Comment

Editorial: On Lynchings, The Media, and Missed Opportunities

Editorial: On Lynchings, The Media, and Missed Opportunities

Marc Rogers looks back at the reactions to the wave of lynchings that gripped the country over the last week.

Posted in Analysis, Opinion, TOP STORY7 Comments

Buenos Aires Gears Up for BAFICI 2014

Buenos Aires Gears Up for BAFICI 2014

Film writer Wendy Gosselin offers an overview of the upcoming BAFICI (2nd-13th April) along with a list of some of the most anticipated films of the festival’s 16th edition.

Posted in Film, Opinion0 Comments

Do you think Argentina has a prison escape epidemic on its hands?

The Argentina Independent hit the streets to find out the public’s opinion on the high number of prison escapes.

Posted in Opinion0 Comments

What do you think about the elections in Honduras?

The Indy took to the streets the weekend of the Honduran election to see what porteños had to say about the different candidates.

Posted in Opinion0 Comments

What do you think about the results of Chile’s elections?

The Indy took to the streets of Buenos Aires to ask Argentines who they wish to see become president of Chile.

Posted in OpinionComments Off

Do you think free trade agreements are a good idea?

The Indy hits the streets to find out Argentines’ opinions on free trade agreements, and whether they think they are beneficial for the country.

Posted in Opinion0 Comments

What should the government do to help the biodiesel industry?

The Indy took to the streets to ask Argentines what they think the government should do to save the biodiesel industry in the face of the new tariffs imposed by the EU.

Posted in Opinion0 Comments

Do you think the reforms being implemented in Cuba will change the country for the better?

The world is closely watching Cuba as it gradually opens its doors, with serious attempts to modernise its struggling economy, which never recovered after the collapse of the Soviet Union. The Argentina Independent hit the streets to find out what Argentines have to say abour the island’s future. Juan Rodríguez Salto, 29, engineer, Palermo I […]

Posted in Opinion0 Comments

How much of a problem is child labour in Argentina?

The Argentina Independent stepped onto the streets to ask the public to what extent child labour is an issue here and whether they believe that the Argentine government will be any closer to eliminating it in the near future.

Posted in Opinion0 Comments

Pages:1234567...16»
Follow us on Twitter
Visit us on Facebook
View us on YouTube

On the 8th anniversary of the disappearance of Jorge Julio López, we revisit Patricia di Filippo's 2011 article on the case.

    Directory Pick

Magdalena's Party in Palermo

Magdalena’s Party has daily 2 x 1 Happy Hour specials til midnight, and the "best onda".
Sign up to The Indy newsletter