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Mexico City — Alberto Fernandez has yet to take office in Argentina, but already diplomats in Buenos Aires are anxiously awaiting what is set to be yet another pendulum swing in the country’s foreign policy, this time to the left.

That may mean a less fulsome embrace of Donald Trump than incumbent Mauricio Macri, under whom Argentina aligned more with US goals in regional affairs, especially regarding Venezuela...

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