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

Brazil

Interview With Bolsonaro: Free-Trade's Unlikely New Champion?

Brazil's President Bolsonaro tells Argentine daily Clarín that, in contrast with his populist pr...

France

Still Ok To Spank? Corporal Punishment Around The World

From South Africa to Singapore to France, the question of when or where adults can physically dis...

Argentina

Don't Underestimate The Upside Of EU-Mercosur Trade Pact

The EU-Mercosur free trade agreement will likely force economies like those of Brazil and Argenti...

Argentina

Brazil's Bolsonaro: A Six-Month Reality Check For 'El Mito'

A spotty performance as a communicator and uncertain start to downsizing the state mark the fiery...

Argentina

Recognizing Violence Against The Elderly In All Its Forms

As people enter old age, they become increasingly vulnerable, not only physically and economicall...

Argentina

Alt Energy In Argentina: Wind-Powered Homes Of Patagonia

Wind-powered homes are expected to generate power and kickstart development in a "dreamy" but iso...

Argentina

Blessings And Curses Of Argentina's Economy

For all its resources, the South American country still struggles with high inflation and extreme...

Argentina

The Feminist Case Against Catcalling Laws

"Nice legs baby!" Argentina has taken steps to make certain kinds of verbal harassment a punishab...