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Argentine Activists Win First Round Against Monsanto Plant
World  (tags: world, politics, acitvism, Argentina, SouthAMerica )

- 1579 days ago -
Residents of a town in Argentina have won the first victory in their fight against biotech giant Monsanto, but they are still at battle stations, aware that winning the war is still a long way off.
Greg Palast On Vulture Capitalism   video
World  (tags: Greg Palast, Keiser Report, Max keiser, Goldman Sachs, John Paulson, Obama, Jamie Dimon, JP Morgan, Paul Singer, Argentina )

- 1709 days ago -
Max talks to journalist, author and filmmaker, Greg Palast, about Goldman Sachs and John Paulson and about Obama intervening in the case of vulture capitalist Paul Singer versus Argentina only in order to help out Jamie Dimon and JP Morgan.
Travelogue: Argentina
World  (tags: Argentina, journey, photographs )

- 1805 days ago -
A very good photo journey through Argentina.
Argentina Presses Claim to Falkland Islands, Accusing UK of Colonialism
World  (tags: world, politics, Falklands DIspute, Britain, Argentina, colonialism, territorial dispute, news, conflict, government )

- 1964 days ago -
Argentinian President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is once again calling on the UK to hand back the Falkland Islands -- known in Argentina as Las Malvinas -- accusing Britain of blatant colonialism.
From Argentina to Greece: A Global Roller-Coaster
World  (tags: Argentina, Greece, Banking, conflict, economy, ethics, finance, freedoms, humanrights, politics, society, UnitedNations, violence, world )

- 2018 days ago -
The fund claimed that Argentina owed it $350 million, and offered to let the ship leave if Argentina's government put up a $20 million bond to be forfeited. EM´s CEO is Paul Elliot Singer, who specializes in piling up insolvent country debt.
The Shots Heard Round the World: Argentina's Radical Banking Reforms
World  (tags: Argentina, banking, economics, ethics, finance reform, freedoms, government, human rights, politics )

- 2131 days ago -
The reforms, adopted in March, may be the first shots fired in a quiet revolution in monetary policy. If successful, they could threaten to overturn 25 years of conservative central bank policies that have long been considered best practice by the IMF->
Oil in Falklands Islands Renews Territorial Tensions
World  (tags: world, politics, violence, conflict, news, oil, geopolitics, UK, Argentina, The Falkland Islands, interesting, government )

- 2323 days ago -
As the possibility of an oil rush in their icy waters grows, the Falklands Islands are once again at the center of a diplomatic spat between the United Kingdom and Argentina.
Argentina:New Law on Violence Against Women
World  (tags: Women, Argentina, law, rights, interesting, humans, abuse, culture, ethics, family, freedoms, government, goodnews, safety, society, women, violence, news, world, 'HUMANRIGHTS!', conflict )

- 3355 days ago -
"was necessary, in order to continue making progress, and to send out a clear message to the justice system, that it must act quickly."
Liliana Bodoc Nominee Hans Christian Andersen Award 2009
World  (tags: Argentina, author, Awards, Literature, international, culture, world, women, interesting, news, arts, celebrity, children, society, interesting )

- 3372 days ago -
The talent of Argentina's Liliana Bodoc has no bounds. Evidenced by the numerous awards and honors she received from the publication of the confines of the saga, the first volume published in 2000.
Jail Terms in Argentina Landmark 'Stolen Baby' Case
World  (tags: fascism, Argentina, stolen children )

- 3700 days ago -
Numerous young women arrested while pregnant during the country's 1976-1983 military dictatorship gave birth in captivity and were never seen again. Some 500 "stolen babies" were given to families close to the ruling military junta.
Exposing US Funding of Latin American Parties
World  (tags: corruption, usa, imperialism, Argentina, Nicaragua, Venezuela )

- 3781 days ago -
While the US govt made a flimsy case, alleging that the Venezuelan govt sent $800,000 to fund Cristina Kirchner's electoral campaign in Argentina, the US definitely does interfere in other countries' elections, e.g. $12 million in Nicaragua in 2006.

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