Buenos Aires attorney Carlos Rosenkrantz was appointed by Argentinian President Mauricio Macri to join the country’s highest court of law
All evidence points to foul play, and reason suggests responsibility falls upon both Iran and Argentina
While your neighbors are using theirs to make jack o’ lanterns for Halloween, put yours to better use—fill it with a rich Argentinian stew
Rules dead prosecutor’s case against president insufficient to investigate
Alberto Nisman’s mysterious death hasn’t silenced his investigation findings
Lead investigator says test results still don’t rule out possibility of suicide
The June 2014 documents were found in the dead prosecutor’s garbage
Argentinian Jewish reporter details leaving Buenos Aires in Haaretz essay
Argentine prosecutor’s findings implicated Tehran in 1994 JCC bombing
The sudden death of Alberto Nisman, lead prosecutor of the AMIA bombing, deepens the culture of impunity
Alberto Nisman accused the government of covering up 1994 JCC bombing
Alberto Nisman was to present his evidence against the government today
Report lists anti-Semitic incidents outside the U.S. during Gaza operation
The long echo of a massacre on the Argentine pampas, and the multi-generational chronicle of Jewish life in its wake
Deadly 1994 attack on Buenos Aires Jewish center killed 85 and injured 300
For advice on struggling nations seeking debt restructuring, look no further than Jewish law
Abraham Skorka, an unassuming scientist and rabbi in Buenos Aires, is the pontiff’s friend and interlocutor
Twenty years after the capture of Erich Priebke, some in Bariloche are trying to come to terms with the city’s legacy of silence
Sergio Bergman, newly elected lawmaker, honors day of rest
Last week’s protest at a Buenos Aires Kristallnacht commemoration was a display of denial—and ignorance
The Argentinian-born man of letters, cosmopolitan defender of books and reading, is exiled to a world of his own making
With radical views on gays, abortion, and Jews, Francis is modernizing the church. Can we convince our relatives to believe it?
19 years after the Argentina bombing killed 85, a community wants action
Thousands of Jews fled 19th-century Russia for the South American Pampas. Can their unique heritage survive?
The novelist sees troubling links between the church and the military
Sharing tea and holidays with the former Cardinal Bergoglio
Reports surface about his years in Argentina
Plus is the new pope good for the Jews?
Plus Michael Dell might have some opposition as he tries to buyout his company
Why is Argentina letting Iran examine the 1994 AMIA bombing in Buenos Aires, a crime Hezbollah surely committed?