News in Argentina.

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Can anyone send a link or can tell me of a good site to hear the latest news in english fron Argentina or Buenos Aries.
 
#5
The Bubble has some good political editors but can get swamped with clickbait and articles aimed at people with a very low understanding (or will to do so) of Argentina.

Another excellent news site in English which deals almost exclusively in political economic and social issues, and doesn't shirk from in-depth analysis, is the Buenos Aires Times.
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You can also pick up a paper copy every Saturday when you buy Perfil newspaper from any kiosko.

Some of the best English-language journalists and commentators on Argentina contribute: Robert Cox, Michael Soltys, James Nielsen, Federico Poore, Fermín Koop, and more.



If you don't read Spanish, I would recommend using The Bubble and The BA Times in tandem for your news sources.
For people interested in politics and especially the economy here, I would recommend following local correspondents on Twitter like Bloomberg's Carolina Milan and the New York Time's Dan Politi. It's also worth following other AP/Reuters/BBC correspondents here for the best information in English.
 
#6
Yes, that's a great website but also you can just Google Argentina and whatever you're looking for and you'll find lots of info these days on Argentina.

Obviously you can go to the local news media websites like https://www.clarin.com and https://www.lanacion.com.ar Just use Google Translate and put in the entire URL if you don't speak/read Spanish.
The bubble is a great website ? I find it very left wing with a emphasis on promoting controversial subjects for controversy sake . Real good journalism in Argentina is rare and independent journalism even rarer .
 

Julz

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The Bubble has some good political editors but can get swamped with clickbait and articles aimed at people with a very low understanding (or will to do so) of Argentina.

Another excellent news site in English which deals almost exclusively in political economic and social issues, and doesn't shirk from in-depth analysis, is the Buenos Aires Times.
Twitter
Facebook
You can also pick up a paper copy every Saturday when you buy Perfil newspaper from any kiosko.

Some of the best English-language journalists and commentators on Argentina contribute: Robert Cox, Michael Soltys, James Nielsen, Federico Poore, Fermín Koop, and more.



If you don't read Spanish, I would recommend using The Bubble and The BA Times in tandem for your news sources.
For people interested in politics and especially the economy here, I would recommend following local correspondents on Twitter like Bloomberg's Carolina Milan and the New York Time's Dan Politi. It's also worth following other AP/Reuters/BBC correspondents here for the best information in English.
Thanks lots
 
#8
The bubble is a great website ? I find it very left wing with a emphasis on promoting controversial subjects for controversy sake . Real good journalism in Argentina is rare and independent journalism even rarer .
Yes, several articles can be to the left but I mainly use it to see Lifestyle related posts (food, events, etc). Still there are some informative articles as well. This one is a good example - https://www.thebubble.com/argentina-highest-inflation-world/

I agree there isn't many great journalism sites in Argentina. It was a shame when the Buenos Aires Herald shut down. My favorite source of worldwide news is the Economist which I always find accurate.