En este episodio escuchamos al politólogo Rafael Britto quien fue además parte de la campaña del ahora presidente de Colombia, Gustavo Petro. Britto nos habla de las condiciones, de las oportunidades, y de los desafíos que enfrentará este nuevo gobierno de izquierda en América Latina.
The membership elected the following: Dr. Eunice Rojas – President-Elect Dr. Lori Oxford and Dr. Sarah Foss, At-large Members of the Executive Committee (2022-2025) Dr. Corrie Boudreaux and Leah Walton, Members of the Executive Committee representing Contingent Faculty and Graduate Students (2022-2024)
The end of 2021 brings with us a busy season of elections in Latin America. In today’s episode, Dr. Christine Wade walks Dustin through November’s presidential election in Honduras, which saw the triumph of Xiomara Castro. Join us for a fascinating and informative conversation!
On November 7, 2021, Daniel Ortega won his fourth consecutive term as president of Nicaragua in an election roundly assailed as both unfree and unfair. Prior to election day, the Nicaraguan state incarcerated presidential candidates from opposition parties and leaders and activists from a variety of social movements and civil Read more…
Smith College’s Dr. Javier Puente joined Steven to discuss the Peru’s presidential runoff election between Pedro Castillo and Keiko Fujimori this past Sunday. Check out Javier’s article on Pedro Castillo from April – nacla.org/peru-elections-pedro-castillo Intro and Outro – Martina Portocarrero – Flor de la retama – Musica Ayacuchana – youtu.be/9k1QEZm3fw0
Nuestra presentadora Carmen Soliz habla con Dr. Pablo Ospina de la Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar de la elección presidencial ecuatoriana. Que disfruten.
Drs. Mark Healey and Ernesto Semán joined Steven to discuss this past Sunday’s presidential and gubernatorial elections in Argentina. The discussion features a deep dive on the evolution of political culture over the past four decades and the emergence of a consolidated, radicalized center-right political movement. Check out Ernesto’s op-ed in the Financial Times Read more…
Dr. Thomas Field Jr., an associate professor of Global Security and Intelligence at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, joined Renata to discuss this past Sunday’s presidential election. From Development to Dictatorship: Bolivia and the Alliance for Progress in the Kennedy Era (Cornell University Press, 2014)
Dr. Erin Beck, an associate professor of political science at the University of Oregon and an award-winning author, spoke with Steven about the recent general election in Guatemala. How Development Projects Persist: Everyday Negotiations with Guatemalan NGOs (Duke University Press, 2017)
Dr. Orlando Perez of Millersville University joined Steven to discuss the results and consequences of Sunday’s legislative and presidential elections in Panama.