4 edition of Economic Crises and Electoral Responses in Latin America found in the catalog.
|Statement||University Press of America|
|Publishers||University Press of America|
|LC Classifications||January 28, 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 81 p. :|
|Number of Pages||82|
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Although Latin American countries have so far addressed this strategic challenge as a national problem, governments and civil society can do more to promote a regional debate about how growing tensions between Washington and Beijing are impacting Latin America and on ways to mitigate risk.
The arrival of 5G telecommunication technology, for instance, offers an opportunity for Latin America to rethink its role in a global information environment increasingly shaped by great power competition.
Although the cause is not yet known, if it has been an accidental leak or propitiated criminally, but the density of the spots has given them clues that it can come from Venezuelan oil.
More concrete steps are needed to overcome the profound disconnect between South America on one hand and Central America and Mexico on the other.
Ali Rogin: A low vaccination rate is making matters worse. No region has been more impacted by COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, than Latin America, both in human and economic terms.
Hundreds of thousands of impoverished Bolivians stormed the capital, La Paz, threatening to take state power. Yet traditional regional governance mechanisms seem paralyzed, lacking even the capacity to discuss the current untenable situation, let alone address it. The author demonstrates that an economic crisis triggers neoliberal economic reforms only when the government and the IMF agree about the roots and severity of the crisis.
The worst estimates are for Bolivia, Honduras, Nicaragua, Paraguay, and Venezuela, which are not expected to reach 60 percent until 2023.
In Haiti, a mass popular rebellion to reinstate the democratically elected President Jean Bertrand Aristide, who had been taken hostage and flown into exile by a joint US-EU-Canadian military operation, was brutally repressed by a multinational mercenary force led by a Brazilian general.
Second, they should develop a single monitoring system. Argentina: The strongest relationship between a severe economic crisis and a mass popular rebellion took place in Argentina in December 19-20, 2001 and continued throughout 2002.
Several thousands of people arrived from around the country, with no firearms, but well organized and prepared with protection gear, and forced their way into the Chamber taking over the senate chamber. Later the World Bank and US and EU overseas agencies viewed the NGOs as integral to their counter-insurgency strategy.
The final section will bring into sharp focus the depth and scope of the problem of trade union and social movement weakness and their political consequences. Canada subordinate to the USMexico will continue to be a priority due to the economic and commercial relationship, and the effects on US internal securitythe rest of Central America will remain in crisis and object to the north american interference policy.
4 million Venezuelans had left their country, 4.
Carol Wise, University of Southern California, US The contributors to this authoritative volume analyze the impact of political crises and social conflict on economic performance in the Andean region of Latin America.