Peruzzotti, Enrique, "Argentina after the Crash: Pride and Disillusion", Current History Journal, February 2004.
Argentine democracy appears to be weathering its most serious challenge since 1983 with relative success. The political and economic crisis has not led to the collapse of democratic institutions or prompted calls for authoritarianism."
The Wilson Center Press report “The Criminal Diaspora: The Transnational Diffusion of Organized Crime and How to Contain Its Expansion,” edited by Latin American Program scholar Juan Carlos Garzón and Associate Director Eric L. Olson, is cited by this op-ed about reform of marijuana laws. This article is in Spanish.
On December 6 Fernando Henrique Cardoso spoke to commemorate the 25th Anniversary of the Transitions from Authoritarian Rule Project at the Wilson Center.
Latin American Populism in the Twenty-first Century explains the emergence of today’s radical populism and places it in historical context, identifying continuities as well as differences from both the classical populism of the 1930s and 1940s and the neo-populism of the 1990s.
#64 Transnational Corporations and the Food Industry in Latin America: An Analysis of the Determinants of Investment and Divestment
Mexico has many advantages to help its economic relationship with the United States. As the countries cooperate economically, the United States will see many benefits.