Latin American Program in the News: Chavez vs. Capriles: Stark choice for Venezuela's independent voters
Roberto Briceño-Leon, a professor at the Central University of Venezuela in Caracas and a fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, D.C., says he sees these independents as a third, distinct electoral group, spanning all social sectors. Among the poor, who traditionally have supported Chávez, nonaligned voters outnumber either Chávez or opposition supporters, his survey found.
#5 The Poltical Economy of the Unidad Popular: An Informal Report on a Workshop Sponsored by the Latin American Program
Director Cynthia J. Arson remarks upon the encouraging prospects of a negotiated peace agreement between the Colombian government and the FARC while addressing the concerns that lay ahead.
Latin American Program in the News: Debilidad institucional vulnera guerra contra narcotráfico en Honduras
The Latin American Program was mentioned for its publication of "Organizaciones de Tráfico de drogas en Centroamérica: Transportistas, Carteles Mexicanos y Maras," which identified the nexus between the Sinaloa Cartel and criminal organizations within Honduras. (In Spanish)
Shock Distributivo, Autonomía Nacional y Democratización: Aportes para Superar la Crisis de la Sociedad Argentina
See the collection of books by Program staff, scholars, and consultants in coordination with the Wilson Center.