Argentina: Mauricio Macri’s Dubious Dictatorship Ties

November 25, 2015 Heather Gies 0

The election of Mauricio Macri in Argentina’s presidential race comes as a welcome victory to the country’s business elite and right-wing parties across Latin America, but the president-elect has some dubious ties that could signal a lasting legacy in the new head of state of darker times in Argentina.

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How the Politics of Extreme Energy Lead to the Criminalization of Social Protest in Argentina

The trial of Mapuche woman Relmu ?amku began a few days ago in Argentina. She could be sentenced to 15 years in prison for defending her territory against fossil fuel extraction activities. Her case highlights a trend: while fossil fuel corporations go to extremes in search of new fuel sources, political actions are also going to extremes to repress communities and organizations that oppose extractivism. […]

Barter Networks: Lessons from Argentina for Greece

July 17, 2015 Marina Sitrin 0

“How did Argentina survive their economic crisis?”; “Are they doing better now?”; “What happened to the factory takeovers?”; “Did millions of people really participate in the barter network? Did they actually invent new money?” These are some of the many questions I have been asked by Greeks, especially over the past few weeks, related to their economic crisis and the potential for self-organization and survival.

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