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Ultra-right politician Javier Milei will face Sergio Massa in a run-off election in Argentina on November 19 amid currency devaluation and growing indebtedness. A feminist analysis brings the stakes of the vote into focus.
Viewed in light of Latin America's recent progressive wave, diverging electoral results in Ecuador and Argentina generate hope and uncertainty.
Peronism made a comeback in Argentina’s first-round presidential election. Libertarian Javier Milei failed to secure an outright win and now faces Sergio Massa in the runoff.
Protection rackets and political influencers feed an insecurity crisis and promote racist narratives ahead of the country’s October 15 presidential runoff.
Linked to disappearances in Paine, José Antonio Kast, a rising star in Chile's far-right Republicano Party, gains national prominence with Pinochet-era nostalgia.
The Argentine primary elections caused a political earthquake, with libertarian Javier Milei taking first place and Peronism coming in third. Never before has the radicalized right won so many votes.