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Argentine-US Relations: Cooperation and Uncertainty

By Martina Farías Bouvier While the newly elected Argentine President Mauricio Macri gets closer to his first hundred days in office, President Obama’s time at the White House is coming to an end. But both governments are making sure that … Continue reading

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Two Reasons Why the United States Should Pay Closer Attention to MERCOSUR

By Martina Farías Bouvier It’s no secret that Latin America has been relinquished to the bottom of the U.S. policy agenda for more than a decade now. The region poses no military or terrorist threat and, as for trade, Americans … Continue reading

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A consumers’ right to choose?

Just a little over a year ago, a friend finally convinced me to purchase an iPhone after my old cell phone fell apart. Upon reviewing the various options to upgrade and save money, I finally settled on an iPhone. Recently … Continue reading

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Bringing Industry Back

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Earlier blog posts have included my interviews with furniture manufacturers taking a Made in America approach to revive the U.S. furniture industry. President Barack Obama has made serious efforts to promote U.S. manufacturing. Yet, the United States is not the only … Continue reading

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