The End of the Kirchner Dynasty in Argentina Could Not Come Soon Enough

Keely Herring, JHU:   For Argentina, outlandish and detrimental political leadership along with economic crises seem to be the typical “rinse and repeat.” The all too familiar unreliability and corruption in Argentine political leadership has only continued, and arguably come to a head with President Cristina Kirchner and recent events involving the murder of Alberto […]

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The Rise of Syriza and Greece’s Future in the Eurozone

Aurel Malapani-Scala, JHU: On Sunday, January 18th 2015 the leftist party SYRIZA won a sweeping 149 parliamentary seats in the Greek national elections. Moving forward, SYRIZA has an enormous responsibility. The significance of the upcoming years of SYRIZA’s coalition government reaches far beyond Greece’s borders. A successful populist party could encourage other weak Eurozone economies […]

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