Argentina

The Effects of Cattle Ranching in South America

Friday, May 13, 2016 - 08:00

Among the many controversial interactions the US has had with Latin American countries, perhaps one of the most dangerous is the US relationship with meat producers in South America. The US is the highest consumer of meat in the world, with the average American consuming 101 pounds of meat each year, a number which has quadrupled since the 1960s. While the US is still the largest producer of meat in the world, countries such as Argentina and Brazil are closing the gap.

Los Mecanismos de Movilización de las Empresas Recuperadas y Autogestionadas en Argentina

Thursday, February 11, 2016 - 09:15

Durante la crisis económica, social y política argentina de los años 2001 y 2002 comenzaron a expandirse los casos de recuperación de empresas cerradas o quebradas, llevados adelante por sus trabajadores.1 En torno a estas experiencias se fue constituyendo un movimiento social que le otorgó identidad común a los diversos casos ocurridos desde aquellos años hasta la actualidad.

Las empresas Recuperadas en Argentina: Movilización Social y Redes de Autogestión

Tuesday, January 26, 2016 - 08:15

En artículos anteriores he analizado las modalidades típicas de autogestión, en un caso, y los mecanismos que explican las formas concretas de movilización sobre las que se apoya la autogestión obrera.1 En este artículo se analiza el vínculo que existe, precisamente, entre la movilización social y la autogestión.

Third Violent Transgender Death in Argentina Signifies Major Problem

Sunday, November 1, 2015 - 11:45

Latin America does not rank well when it comes to transgender protection. In fact, between January 2008 and December 2014, “1,356 killings of trans and gender-diverse people have been reported in Central and South America, which account for 78% of the globally reported murders of trans and gender-diverse people” (Transgender Europe, 2015).

Giving a Voice to the Voiceless: Street Art as a Form of Political Protest

Monday, December 14, 2015 - 21:30

Military dictatorships in most Latin American countries during the 1970s suppressed the population, but out of it grew a movement that remains strong. People who were typically voiceless, began to use walls as a microphone for their political and social expressions. While street art is not always politically linked, the movement grew from the need to not be silenced anymore.

The Mercurial Relations between Brazil and Argentina

Tuesday, December 15, 2015 - 21:30

It is frequently argued that the rivalry between Brazil and Argentina has been surmounted. That is, the two countries have successfully overcome their differences and turned their relationship into a paragon of a strategic partnership - except on the pitch. Although Brazil-Argentina provides an astonishing example of turning an erstwhile opponent into a strategic ally, the fact is that the two countries live a love-hate relationship.

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