Thursday, August 18, 2022

Politics & Parties

Colombia: does peace have a chance?

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Long-term Colombia watcher Professor Jenny Pearce gives her personal reflections on the fraught peace process

Colombia: Alvaro Uribe and the Peace Talks

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Former President Alvaro Uribe is critical of the current Colombian government's attempts to secure peace with the FARC guerrillas.

Mexico: journalists still an endangered species

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Since the PRI returned to power, journalists continue to be targeted with threats, attacks and killings. Self-censorship by the survivors and their media outlets means that the most important stories don't get covered.

Chile: The first dictatorship of globalisation

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An eye witness account of the Popular Unity period in Chile, the Pinochet coup and its ongoing aftermath.

Protest movements: the growing anger of the middle classes

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Why middle class militancy in developing countries is only just beginning -- thoughts from a Nigerian commentator very relevant to Brazil, Mexico, Chile and other Latin American countries.

Nostalgia is not enough: why Venezuela’s opposition failed

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The opposition in Venezuela needs to evaluate the reasons for its failure to defeat Hugo Chávez.

Polarisation and Prospects for Social Harmony in Venezuela

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Hugo Chávez needs to address the deep divisions in Venezuelan society.

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