Outside of the Expat Buenos Aires bubble, Argentina is not that different from most Latin American countries. It is already dirt poor, hopelessly lawless and with little to no infrastructure. Sure, if you live and stay in Palermo, Belgrano, Puerto Madero and Recoleta and you never leave, you get the impression that Argentina is some European Mediterranean country that almost made it. But get out of that bubble and you have full unadulterated Latin America, with all its horrors, in your face.Another scenario but even harder to see, would be a shift towards liberalisation, but this could also be dangerous if improvised and rushed as could end up with a huge chunk of the Argentines now suffering from poverty trapped in an irreversible manner, making the country more akin to a typical Latin American country where while open, is still poor and for all intensive purposes it is not somewhere most people would choose to be due to the problems that go with that.
This is the real Argentina