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Category Archives: Venezuela
By Eleni Anagnostopoulou “This fight is not about ideology. It is about democratic, constitutional legitimacy.” These were the first words uttered to the crowd in a packed auditorium on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 for a talk on the Venezuelan crisis. … Continue reading
By Steve Weissman You don’t need to convince the farmers in Bolivia’s Altiplano that their climate is changing, as weather patterns and drought become consistently more severe. Glaciers have retreated. Snow pack is short-lived. People living and working in these communities … Continue reading
by Hernán Flom What do Venezuela and Rosario, Argentina have in common? While it might seem absurd to mention them in the same sentence, they convey, in different forms, Latin America’s ongoing struggle with respect to crime and violence. Despite … Continue reading