Argentina

culture-society

Do Elephants Have The Right To File A Lawsuit Against Their Zoo?

Animal rights activists in Argentina are testing the limits of democratic rights on behalf of elephants they say are being mistreated at the Buenos Aires Zoo.

culture-society

How Buenos Aires Tries To Keep The Peace Between Neighbors

world-affairs

What A Trump Or Clinton Victory Would Mean For Markets

While markets have already expressed short-term preferences for the respective U.S. presidential candidates, the long-term impact is harder to gauge.

culture-society

How Wildlife Survives Along A Toxic Argentine River

As officials plan a cleanup of the foul Matanza-Riachuelo River Basin, in Buenos Aires scientists are awed by the handful of creatures that manage to survive there.

culture-society

When Art Tarnishes A Masterpiece Of Architecture

Giant installations by eminences like Ai Weiwei are certainly striking, but with so many buildings worldwide, why insist on placing them on monuments that symbolize a different cultural......

opinion-analysis

Argentine Pope Meets Argentine President, Awkward Again?

After a chilly first encounter, President Mauricio Macri and Pope Francis, both from Argentina but from different ends of the ideological spectrum, are set to meet again.

culture-society

The Creative Boost Of Buenos Aires' Shared Workspaces

BUENOS AIRES — In the Argentine capital, always aiming to be on top of the latest trends, is part of the wave of turning staid ...

culture-society

Urban Planning For The Ages, Buenos Aires Gets Senior-Friendly

BUENOS AIRES — This city wants to make itself a kinder, friendlier place for the elderly, with plans to improve urban infrastructure and promote common-sense practices to ...