Sort of out of date here, but a little over a week ago one of the founders of Poliarquía Consultores, Eduardo Fidanza, had in La Nación one of the few nuanced articles about Argentine politics I've seen in a long time. Instead of the "I hate Kirchner" or "If you disagree with Kirchner you're a fascist" line, it examined how Argentina can seemingly muddle on forever with sort of bad/sort of passable economic politics. It's depressing of course, cogent.
The ending (so you can see what I mean by depressing):
No un futuro catastrófico, que al menos sería épico, sino la gris probabilidad de ser viables pero mediocres, acaso despierte la conciencia de las elites argentinas.