Tag Archives: argentina

Make Latin America Great Again!

Posted on 08. Feb, 2018 by .

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My proposal to redraw the national borders of Latin America to eliminate shithole countries and city-states in order in favor of great, proud nations.

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When Readers Attack! ‘We Wash our A$$ with Water’

Posted on 23. Dec, 2017 by .

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I kindly respond to a poorly educated Argentine, Jorge, who takes issue with several points in my groundbreaking article, Expats > Regular Gringos.

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Meanwhile in Bolivia …

Posted on 28. Oct, 2017 by .

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In Bolivia, President Evo Morales is trying to undo term limits so he can run for a fourth five-year term. Alternate title: “State of the Pink Tide Update.”

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Argentina Outlook for Expats in 2017

Posted on 15. Apr, 2017 by .

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Transcripts from two in-depth interviews from expats in Buenos Aires about life and inflation in Argentina under business-friendly President Mauricio Macri.

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Corruption: NOT Business as Usual in Latin America

Posted on 06. Feb, 2017 by .

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A look at the major shift in attitudes toward public corruption in Latin America.

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Ending the End of the Pink Tide

Posted on 19. Aug, 2016 by .

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My attempt to moderate the neoliberals’ glee at the “receding pink tide” in Latin America, because growing opposition to free trade is a greater obstacle.

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Buenos Aires, Argentina = Italy Meets South America

Posted on 08. Jun, 2009 by .

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SUMMARY: Description and pictures from my trip to Buenos Aires, Argentina, including European City, Argentine Women, BA’s Nocturnal Culture, Food: BA for Carnivores, Language: Argentine Spanish, Tango!, and Conclusion: Buenos Aires Doesn’t Suck.

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Buenos Aires in Pictures

Posted on 08. Jun, 2009 by .

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Pictures of Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Contributed Story: The Pigeon Poop Scam in BA

Posted on 05. Jun, 2009 by .

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SUMMARY: A common street crime targeting tourists in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

It’s a bright Saturday afternoon in December 2007. We were walking along a side street on the way back to our hotel — only a few blocks off the Ave. Julio 9. Not many people around… Read more

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