Peril and Rescue in Argentina

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					    OJICA
 Online Journal of International Case Analysis
                      A Peer-Review E-Journal                     http:/ojica.fiu
				
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Description: The author shared his and his wife's, a native Argentine, experience during the last week of their five-week trip to Argentina in April, 2007. There is a sense of panic that can grip you in Argentina, especially if you're Argentine. It's a beautiful and fascinating place, but its layers of bureaucracy can be impenetrably irrational, corrupt, even sinister, and what's worse, you know that the shadows of the 30,000 desaparecidos during the military rule known as the Proceso, as well as the economic collapse of recent years loom long. If some chance misfortune, such as losing a passport -- or having one stolen -- happens in such a place, one faces the prospect of having to appear in police stations, deal with bureaucrats, and navigate procedural nightmares often resolved with bribes -- all with the lingering fear that danger might still lurk in those precincts.
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