Human Rights and
International Democratic Solidarity


Monitoring of democratic governance

May 12, 2017

Bailando por un espejismo: Apuntes sobre política, economía y diplomacia en los gobiernos de Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (Dancing for a mirage: Notes on politics, economy and diplomacy in the governments of Cristina Fernández de Kirchner)

Dancing for a mirage: Notes on politics, economy and diplomacy in the governments of This book brings together 41 articles by Gabriel C. Salvia and they are now published in this format to render accounts and record the positions assumed in a period of Argentina characterized by the erosion of democratic culture and the rule of law, political tension, economic foolishness and international inconsistency in the official discourse on human rights.Cristina Fernández de Kirchner
By Gabriel C. Salvia

Among other texts, it includes: Institutionality in danger: debate to nationalize savings should not be a mere legislative procedure; The subversion of the legislative process in Argentina; Arturo Valenzuela, the vision of business leaders and legal insecurity in Argentina; Will Mandelization be possible in Argentine politics ?; So close and so far from Uruguay; Wallet kills human rights: CFK's trip and contradictions with foreign policy goals; Between having symbolic Armed Forces or facing the fight against insecurity; Cristina Kirchner and the memory of a shameful tour; The public university, where the poor subsidize the rich, is a model that is not applied even in Cuba; Does Cristina Kirchner want to return to capitalism seriously ?; Will we have a Nordic or Bolivarian YPF ?; The Day of the Mirage; An admirable woman shone at Harvard; The validity of the economic and institutional analysis of the journalist Germán Sopeña; Soccer for All and immature political culture: When it comes to reallocating funds, insecurity is not a priority.