The conservative’s gradualist approach to reform convinced neither investors nor voters.
The Argentinian president knows he can’t afford to ruffle too many feathers.
For the first time in decades, a conservative may be elected president of Argentina.
Britain will spend more to defend the Falklands as Argentina seeks military support from Russia.
Whoever succeeds the Argentinian president is likely to pursue a less interventionist economic agenda.
Argentinians must learn that autarkic and redistributive policies are the problem, not the solution.
Other countries could be inspired by Argentina’s expropriation of an oil firm.
Residents of the Falkland Islands near Argentina vote in a referendum to remain a British territory.
Argentinians are fed up with their president’s gross economic mismanagement.
Voters blame their president for rising inflation and a slowdown in economic growth.