Judicial independence is under threat in Mexico
Relations among the Mexican Supreme Court and the Executive and Legislative branches in Mexico have been strained by the President’s aspiration for electoral reform.
The threat of transient authoritarianism
Politics does not respond to established patterns, but to the inputs and outputs of national contexts. So, although populism may weaken institutionality, it will not prevail over democracy.
Hybrid Regimes in Latin America: El Salvador and Mexico
Two Latin America countries are currently transitioning from imperfect democracies to hybrid regimes: Mexico and El Salvador.
In this election year, will the progressive cycle be consolidated?
The ideological map has shifted to the left. What will happen this year? Will this new Latin American progressivism be consolidated, or will the right to regain ground?