July 2014 Facts of Argentina's Debt Dispute Ad Campaign
During the week of July 7, advertisements will run in a number of publications including the Washington Post, the Financial Times, the Wall Street Journal, La Nacion, and Clarin, as well as a number of other newspapers throughout Argentina. View the advertisement here: The Facts of Argentina's Debt Dispute
June 2014 Argentine Congressional Reception
On June 11, 2014, Dr. Robert Shapiro, Chairman of ATFA will host a reception for visiting Argentine Congressional officials to welcome the delegates to Washington, D.C. and discuss how a final settlement might be structured, and how that settlement will unleash tremendous benefits for the Argentine economy.
View the Invitation Here: Invitation
March 2014 Advertising Campaign
To view the print article, visit: 3-13 ATFA Print Ad
August 2013, Protesters in NYC Chant about Cristina Kirchner outside UN Security Council
June 2013 What's The Truth About Argentina's Deal With Iran?
June 13, 2013 ATFA Response to Ambassador Nahon
ATFA's Executive Director Robert Raben wrote a letter to Congress in response to the Argentine Embassy's reaction to ATFA's advertisements, "Argentina: the New Narco State" and "Argentina and Iran: Shameful Allies."
See the letter here: ATFA Responds to Ambassador Nahon
June 2013 ATFA White Paper: An Update on Argentina's Decline
The Republic of Argentina under the administration of President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is growing increasingly estranged from the international community of law-abiding nations. In four major areas, Argentina’s conduct is drifting further from the norms associated with G-20 membership and closer to that of a rogue state: contempt for U.S. and international law; growing authoritarianism, crackdowns and corruption; a burgeoning alliance with Iran; an increasingly central role in teh international drug trade.
See the white paper here: ATFA White Paper-An Update on Argentina's Decline
March 22, 2013 ATFA Letter to Treasury
ATFA's Co-Chairs Robert Shapiro and Nancy Soderberg wrote a letter to Under Secretary Brainard commending him for his leadership on U.S. policy opposing World Bank and Inter-American Development Bank (DIB) loans to Argentina until the government honors its international debt obligations.
See the letter here: ATFA Letter to Treasury
January 31, 2013 Event on the Erosion of Civil Liberties in Argentina
Carnegie Mellon Professor James B. Kadane's graph on discrepancy between Argentina's official and unofficial inflation index
January 8, 2013 Pari Passu Teleconference
Teleconference Audio: 1-8 Pari Passu Teleconference Audio
December 27, 2012 Pari Passu Teleconference
Teleconference Transcript: http://www.atfa.org/atfa-media-teleconference-transcript-argentinas-pari-passu-appeal/
8N Global Protest Gallery
ATFA-USCA Press Conference Pictures
ATFA Protest in NYC - September 26, 2007 Pictures
Radio and Video Interviews
Robert Shapiro, NPR’s All Things Considered Radio Interview
U.S. Criticizes Argentina's Presidential Election
National Public Radio
Robert Shapiro, Clarin's iEco
"First German Bondholders' Society (IGA) in Frankfurt on April 24, 2007." (Part I)
"First German Bondholders' Society (IGA) in Frankfurt on April 24, 2007."(Part II)
"First German Bondholders' Society (IGA) in Frankfurt on April 24, 2007." (Part III)
Bloomberg on the Markets International