China’s Yuan Revolution Reaches Brazil and Argentina
By Joseph Bouchard
China's currency is becoming increasingly prominent in Latin America, but there's a long way to go before it will challenge the greenback.
China Is Banking on Argentina’s Future Glory
By Leland Lazarus
Chinese scholars view Argentina as a key pillar in Beijing’s engagement with Latin America, but also see some potential pitfalls ahead.
Could Argentina Join the BRICS?
By Juan Manuel Harán
China invited Argentina to join the latest summit. But a closer look at relations with current members suggests that “BRICSA” remains a distant dream.
An Argentine Company’s Journey to Investing in the Philippines
By Juan Manuel Harán and Marcos González Gava
Farmesa is one of the rare South American companies with a presence in Southeast Asia. What drove the firm to cross the Pacific Ocean and what hurdles did it face?
China Builds Space-Monitoring Base in the Americas
By Victor Robert Lee
Critics in Argentina say sovereign territory has been turned over to China’s PLA.
Argentina Coast Guard Sinks Chinese Fishing Boat
By Ankit Panda
The Chinese vessel was found in a restricted area and attempted a collision maneuver, according to authorities.
Xi Jinping Heads to South America
By Shannon Tiezzi
After the BRICS summit in Brazil, Xi will travel to Argentina, Venezuela, and Cuba.
China's Foreign Minister Tours Latin America
By Shannon Tiezzi
Wang Yi stopped in Cuba, Venezuela, Argentina, and Brazil to pave the way for Xi Jinping's July visit.
Four Lessons of the Falklands War
“The war could have turned out much differently. Had Argentine ordnance performed better, Thatcher might have been thrown out of power.”
Obama’s Falklands Failure
America’s failure to clearly back Britain in its current diplomatic row with Argentina over the Falkland Islands risks sending the wrong message to U.S. allies in Asia.