Hopes Hung by Hunger: Politics and Crisis in Argentina

Protestors gather on the streets of Buenos Aires via REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian Widely regarded as ‘the granary of the world’, Argentina is within the world’s top ten producers for wheat, peanuts, corn, soy, lemons, apples, and pears, amongst others. The country produces enough food for some 440 million people: more than ten times its population figure.Continue reading “Hopes Hung by Hunger: Politics and Crisis in Argentina”