AQ Podcast: Another Default? What It Means for Argentina

By AQ Online

A default would be more painful - and politically costly - than in years past.

For the third time in just two decades, Argentina finds itself on the brink of defaulting on its foreign debt As the government rushes to reach a deal with creditors, AQ's Editor-in-chief Brian Winter speaks to the Woodrow Wilson Center's Benjamin Gedan about the implications of a default on Argentina's fragile economy and rocky political landscape Subscribe to the Americas Quarterly Podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play and Soundcloud Guests: Benjamin Gedan is the deputy director the Wilson Center's Latin American Program and the director...

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