Axel Kicillof

That way, the next time the Argentine economy minister/negotiator extraordinaire gets huffy about why Barack Obama doesn’t just fire U.S. District Judge Thomas Griesa, or take a page from a previous Argentine regime and make him disappear or something, he can just look “separation of powers” up in the index and turn to the relevant page. We recommend dog-earing it. Read more »

Who is responsible for the fact that Argentina isn’t paying its debt? According to a couple of her cabinet ministers, it certainly isn’t Argentina. Read more »

  • 26 Jun 2014 at 12:48 PM

Surprise: Argentina Has A Caveat!

The uniquely recalcitrant debtor is happy—eager, even—to chat with Paul Singer and friends about resolving their little situation, Economy Minister Axel Kicillof says. Not eager enough for Kicillof to stick around for a couple of days to chat, but all the same.

Oh yea, and one more thing: Ignore all of the above if a judge won’t give Argentina the stay it needs to pay some of its bills and not default on Monday. Read more »