Popular nationalism has emerged as a response to two decades of socioeconomic malaise and a shifting international environment.
The country's main political parties seek to remain in power and avoid new elections.
Recent protests reflect a growing divide between the government and the middle class, the main group that brought Nestor Kirchner to power.
The issue of global competitiveness is central to the immigration bill filed Wednesday.
Protests following the country's recent polls are exacerbating an already unstable political situation.
Answers come quickly after some attacks, but everyone in Boston has only questions.
Cairo's increasing dependence on financial support from its neighbors underscores Egypt's economic challenges.
An attempt to mitigate fishing disputes in the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands finds Taiwan trying to define its national identity.