The New Yorker: What Happened to Alberto Nisman?

By Jonathan Blitzer, 31 January 2015

On January 18th, just before midnight, an Argentine state prosecutor named Alberto Nisman turned up dead in his apartment. The cause of death was a shot to the head, fired from a .22-calibre pistol … Read More ...

Reuters: At root of Argentina spy intrigue: a deal with Iran

By Brian Winter and Nicolás Misculin, 29 January 2015

President Cristina Fernandez has portrayed Argentina’s spy agency as sinister, accountable to no one, and possibly responsible for the mysterious death of a prominent prosecutor in his Buenos Aires apartment.

As … Read More ...

Bloomberg View: Argentina Loses Its Intelligence

By the Bloomberg View Editors, 28 January 2015

No one familiar with the ugly history of Argentina’s intelligence services would argue against its reform. Yet few would have chosen President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner to lead the charge — and … Read More ...