CLARIN

Clarin is the largest newspaper in Argentina. It was founded in August 1945 and is based in Buenos Aires.

Argentina

Put All Doubts To Rest, China Is Betting On The Free Market

Xi Jinping's calls in Davos to protect free trade are not a jab at Donald Trump, but in keepi...

Argentina

When City Names Are A Passport To History

BUENOS AIRES — Places speak through their names, and the stories of their foundational origins constitute an intangible heritage as significant as any famous building or monument. Toponymy is ...

Cuba

Fidel’s Unfinished Dream — Massive Art School Is Metaphor For Cuba

-Analysis- One of Cuban leader Fidel Castro's most visionary, and least affordable, projects was the Escuelas Nacionales de Arte or the National Art Schools. The complex was built on a ...

Cuba

Fidel Castro, Last Of Latin America’s Absolute Monarchs

Not unlike a zealous Christian, Castro learned from Catholicism a dogmatism and opposition to plu...

Argentina

How Buenos Aires Tries To Keep The Peace Between Neighbors

BUENOS AIRES — City living often means getting to know your neighbors well, though not necessarily by choice. Whether its late-night partying or that leak from their floor through your ceiling, ...

Argentina

How Wildlife Survives Along A Toxic Argentine River

As officials plan a cleanup of the foul Matanza-Riachuelo River Basin, in Buenos Aires scientists...

Mexico

How Mexican Novelist Carlos Fuentes Predicted Trump — And A Different Kind Of Wall

Carlos Fuentes, the Mexican novelist who died in 2012, wrote more than a decade ago of a U.S. pre...

Argentina

What A Trump Or Clinton Victory Would Mean For Markets

While markets have already expressed short-term preferences for the respective U.S. presidential ...