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Be On the go – Episode 11

#BeOnTheGo is a weekly review of Argentine political developments by Sergio Berensztein.

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Be On the go – Episode 09

#BeOnTheGo is a weekly review of Argentine political developments by Sergio Berensztein.

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Be On the go – Episode 08

#BeOnTheGo is a weekly review of Argentine political developments by Sergio Berensztein.

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Be On the go – Episode 07

#BeOnTheGo is a weekly review of Argentine political developments by Sergio Berensztein.

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Be On the go – Episode 06

A new social actor with pre-political claims that may be the opportunity for “Cambiemos” to reaffirm credentials, but also for the opposition and its strategy facing the elections. The 6th edition of #BeOnTheGo discusses these topics, and many more.

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Be On the go – Episode 05

#BeOnTheGo is a weekly review of Argentine political developments by Sergio Berensztein.

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Be On the go – Episode 04

#BeOnTheGo is a weekly review of Argentine political developments by Sergio Berensztein.

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Be On the go – Episode 03

#BeOnTheGo is a weekly review of Argentine political developments by Sergio Berensztein.

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Be On the go – Episode 02

#BeOnTheGo is a weekly review of Argentine political developments by Sergio Berensztein.

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Cristina Fernández de Kirchner Indicted Again on Corruption Charges

Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, the Argentine former president who with her late husband dominated the country’s politics for most of this century, was indicted Tuesday on fraud and corruption charges.

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South America’s Powerful Women Are Embattled. Is Gender a Factor?

May 14, 2016. By Jonathan Gilbert for The New York Times. What has happened to the powerful women of South America?

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Economic decline is leading to political instability. What’s the solution?

March 24, 2016. World Economic Forum. Over the last 35 years, Western democracies have seen a rapid rise in political instability, characterized by frequent shifts in governing parties and their programs and philosophies, driven at least partly by economic transformation and

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A. Michael Spence on how governance improves countries’ well-being

March 17, 2016. World Economic Forum. For decades, GDP was the measure of all things. Government leaders relied heavily on GDP growth—or the lack thereof—as a barometer of their policies’ success. But over the past several years, measures such as

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Trump and Clinton See Signs of Trouble in Wisconsin

March 31, 2016. By Michael C. Bender and Jennifer Epstein for Bloomberg. Audrey Khairghadam’s zeal for the Republican presidential front-runner faded away sometime between the moment Donald Trump strolled on stage to the ‘90s techno anthem “Are You Ready for

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What is a brokered convention, and are we going to have one in 2016?

March 12, 2016. Elaine Kamarck for Brookings. There are very few Americans alive today who can remember the last time that the secretary at a national convention called the roll and no one won on the first ballot.

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Could Donald Trump win the general election?

March 2, 2016. By John Cassidy for The New Yorker. Last night in Palm Beach, Donald Trump’s new sidekick, Chris Christie, introduced the G.O.P. front-runner, who won seven of the twelve state races on Super Tuesday, as the next President.

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Why Electing Hillary in ’16 Is More Important Than Electing Obama in ’08

February 26, 2016. By Jon Favreu forThe Daily Beast. A former Obama ’08 speechwriter explains how and why Secretary Clinton is a lot more compelling than you might think

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Super Tuesday: how the primary calendar’s biggest day will unfold

February 28, 2016. The Guardian. With a population of 83.5 million people, the states voting this week offer plenty of room for upset as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump hope for big sweeps.

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“Rethinking Peronism in the Lights of the Upcoming Elections”

Apri 2011. Chicago University. Latin American Briefing Series. Argentina Now: “Rethinking Peronism in the Lights of the Upcoming Elections”. Speakers: Ernesto Calvo, Sergio Berensztein and Hernan Iglesias Illa.

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The war on drugs has failed. Now what?

January 17, 2016. By Ilona Szabó de Carvalho for World Economic Forum. Latin America is the world's most violent region. It is home to one tenth

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January 5, 2016. By Daniel Ortega for Brookings. Recent news

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Weed World

March 22, 2015. By John Collins for Foreign Affairs.

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