In: Latin America

Reshaping global governance: who governs? The role of Latin America in the G-20
December 30, 2017

Guest post by Ludmila Quirós, member of the Student Research Committee on Latin American Politics. Within a decade, two financial crisis hit…

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Change is Coming: Socialismo or Dutertismo?
May 26, 2016

The spectre of socialism is haunting the Philippines, or is it? A Filipino politician who claims to be a socialist just…

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Democratic standards and the role of international observers in Haiti’s elections.
April 5, 2016

Despite being the first country to have independently developed in Latin America – whose anniversary of 212 years of independence was…

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Regional Peace in Latin America
May 25, 2015

From the second half of the XIX century, some areas of the world have progressively and rapidly become peaceful. This trend…

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What do recent scandals tell us about the state of politics in Chile?
March 23, 2015

Chile, often claimed as exemplary democracy and one of the least corrupt countries in Latin America, has recently been shook by…

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The United States’ Diplomatic Choices for Latin America: Focusing on Issues and Friends
February 27, 2014

Throughout the last decade, it has become apparent that the United States is no longer basing its relations with Latin America and the…

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Will the CELAC Be Able to Reenergize a True Latin American Integration?
February 13, 2014

On January 28thand 29th, the Second Summit of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC in Spanish), took place in Havana,…

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