Saturday, August 19, 2017

Juan Gabriel Tokatlian

Juan Gabriel Tokatlian is Director of the Department of Political Science and International Studies at Universidad Torcuato Di Tella in Buenos Aires.

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Colombia’s Modest Peace

While Syria, Thailand, and Ukraine continue to dominate the headlines, Colombia’s government and the FARC guerrillas may be about to end Latin America's longest and most brutal conflict. An agreement … read more

Newsart for Post-Uribe Colombia
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Post-Uribe Colombia

Colombian President Álvaro Uribe, whose plans for a third term were dashed in March by the Constitutional Court, retains considerable influence. But, while Uribe is counting on his dauphin, former Def… read more

Newsart for The Caesar Temptation
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The Caesar Temptation

For most of the nineteenth century and well into the Cold War era, re-election of a sitting president was generally prohibited in most Latin American countries. Nowadays, however, the victory of presid… read more

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The End of the Monroe Doctrine

The Monroe Doctrine – which in 1823 proclaimed all of Latin America to be a zone of exclusive US interest – is withering away. With hostility to US leadership and interests rife in the region, the bes… read more

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Healing Bolivia

Latin America has suffered fewer inter-state wars and undergone less state creation since the mid-19th century than any other region of the world. But Bolivia, where a provincial referendum in May gav… read more

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