The Paths of Political Change in Argentina

Bartlomiej Znojek
Content Type
Special Report
The Polish Institute of International Affairs
On 10 December, Alberto Fernández from the centre-left Everyone’s Front took over as the president of Argentina. His main challenge will be to end the economic crisis. His government will give up on the pro-market policies of its predecessors and try to renegotiate the foreign debt terms and attract investors. Argentina’s position on regional cooperation may lead to tension, in particular, within Mercosur. While the new government will seek stronger cooperation with the EU, its scepticism of the EU-Mercosur agreement may complicate the document’s ratification in Argentina.
Economics, Politics, Regional Cooperation, Treaties and Agreements
Political Geography
Argentina, South America