Former Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner Friday released a new book - Una Política Exterior Soberana - (A Sovereign Foreign Policy), a compilation of her most emblematic speeches on the international arena during her eight years at the helm of the Casa Rosada.
This new publication came out only weeks after her autobiography Sinceramente (Sincerely) saw the light to become a best-selling work almost overnight.
CFK herself oversaw the material-gathering process for Una Política... by an editorial team from the Commission of Regional Integration and International Affairs of the Patria Institute.
Una Politica... has been published by the Colihue editorial company and sells for 390 Argentine pesos (about 8.7 US dollars). It is ideal to know her thoughts, Colihue editor Aurelio Narvaja said.
The new book outlines the fundamental guidelines of the world insertion model defended by Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, according to its cover. The most important speeches related to this area are thematically collected in this work, it further reads.
CFK's latest book has been reviewed to be heavily critical of Argentina's current President Mauricio Macri's foreign policy.
Sinceramente has already managed to sell 200,000 copies and there are plans to put out a new edition of CFK's 2015 opera prima Somos Patria (We Are Fatherland), it was reported.