Dr. Andrew F. Cooper and Dr. Bessma Momani have published “Negotiating Out of Argentina’s Financial Crisis: Segmenting the International Creditors” in the September issue of the New Political Economy.

The article probes assumptions about the relationships between states and international creditors, through a close study of the high profile, yet under-researched case of Argentina’s debt restructuring. The authors examine how different actors in the international financial system conduct their negotiations with states and explore the extent to which states are powerless (or not) with regard to international creditors.
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  • CIGI Senior Fellow Bessma Momani has a Ph.D. in political science with a focus on international political economy and is full professor and interim assistant vice‑president of international relations at the University of Waterloo.