Fabián Bosoer is an editor of the op-ed section of the Argentine newspaper Clarin. His books include Braden o Peron: La Historia Oculta (El Ateneo, 2011). He contributes to the New York Times and other publications
Latin America, the populists vs the people
From Venezuela and Argentina to Bolivia and Ecuador, a political cycle is showing signs of exhaustion. But Latin...
Argentina in shock
A mysterious death in Buenos Aires raises questions about the true sources of power inside Argentina's state.
Argentina vs the international financial system
The extended legal fallout of Argentina's default in 2001 is reaching a crucial stage, with realism now at a premium.
Argentina: militarism vs democracy
The promotion of an army general accused of complicity in human-rights violations raises a wider question about the...
Venezuela: legacy of populist revolution
The transition of power in Venezuela raises the question of how populism and democratic institution-building can...
Hugo Chávez's afterlife: three scenarios
The death of Venezuela's president raises the question of his place in the labyrinth of Latin American populism, say...