Right-wing populist Javier Milei has won Argentina’s presidential runoff vote with 55.8% of the votes, promising drastic changes to address the country’s critical situation. Milei, a self-described anarcho-capitalist, aims to slash the size of the state, rein in inflation, and tackle poverty. His victory marks a swing to the right for the country. His opponent, Economy Minister Sergio Massa, warned of the negative impacts of Milei’s policies and questioned his mental acuity. Milei’s campaign tapped into the weariness and protest vote of the majority of Argentines who are frustrated with the current state of the economy.