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Fernández’ call for a National Accord is a call to concede to international finance

Fernández’ call for a National Accord is a call to concede to international finance

The so-called “Patriotic Opposition” is the opposition that got Argentina into debt in the first place.
Eternal debt in Latin America

Eternal debt in Latin America

Debt, domestic macroeconomic mismanagement, currency crises, commodity price shocks, fear of credit rating downgrades and pressure from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have led countries in the South into distress.
A French coup

A French coup

Worried about Guinea's approach to Asia, the Atlantic Front has supported a coup against President Condé.
IMF’s shadow over Tunisia

IMF’s shadow over Tunisia

Following the Arab Spring, Tunisia fell deep into the debt swamp. Now, the IMF and its allies are knocking on the door.
Argentina’s External Debt: President Fernández embarks on a Europe trip

Argentina’s External Debt: President Fernández embarks on a Europe trip

The goal is debt renegotiation and projections to keep the Argentine economy stable in a very unfavorable global context.