“Trumpism” arrives in Costa Rica

A messiah has appeared with the solutions to solve the country’s problems. Leveraging on almost virtuous management of social networks and loaded with half-truths, Chaves presents himself as a viable alternative, and capitalizes on the discontent.

Where could the Cuban regime evolve to?

Last July’s demonstrations in Cuba reopened a series of expectations about the possibilities of a democratic transformation of the Cuban regime. But how could we imagine such a transition process on the island?

Peru and Elusive Governance

The risk of the chronic crisis in Peru is to normalize the absence of long-term public policies, the absence of structural reforms and the continuity of problems in the institutional design which, although they are not the only cause of the crisis, are not addressed to contribute to its solution.

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