Empowering Parents While Making Them Pay: Autonomous Schools and Education Reform Processes in Nicaragua
This paper explores the school reform process in the Nicaraguan Autonomous Schools Program.
#111 Trends and Priorities for Research on Latin America in the 1980s: Perspectives on Anthropology, Economics, History, Literature, Political Science, and Sociology
#40 The Origins of United States Economic Supremacy in South America: Colombia's Dance of the Millions, 1923-33
Cynthia J. Arnson comments on the impact upon US relations with Latin American countries that offer asylum to Edward Snowden. This article is in French.
The hiring period is now open for full-time employment as a program assistant with the Latin American Program of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
Efforts to bring Colombia's long-running internal armed conflict to an end through political negotiations continued to face major obstacles in 2006. This document reviews the major events in the peace process between Colombia's three main paramilitary groups (the FARC, the ELN, and the AUC) and the Colombian government.