International Reports

Politics without Center

by Dr. Kristin Wesemann, Daniel Schlierenzauer

Argentina’s Government Ignores the Dissatisfaction of the Growing Middle Class

Fear of an economic crash like the one in 2001/2002 has become a constant companion for people in Argentina. At greatest risk are those who have most to lose: the Argentinians from the middle class with their hard-earned wealth. But so far, they have reacted with astonishing acquiescence regarding the stagnant economic development and rising inflation and crime rates. However, protests from the middle class are on the rise. Does President Cristina Kirchner get under pressure?
International Reports
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