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21/12/2006 | Frente Externo
What a Chávez Win Means in Venezuela and for U.S. Policy
To no one's surprise, Venezuela's authoritarian president, Hugo Chávez swept to re-election victory on December 3. Chávez clearly intends to turn Latin America and the Caribbean toward authoritarianism and closed markets.
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21/12/2006 | Frente Externo
What a Chávez Win Means in Venezuela and for U.S. Policy
To no one's surprise, Venezuela's authoritarian president, Hugo Chávez swept to re-election victory on December 3. Chávez clearly intends to turn Latin America and the Caribbean toward authoritarianism and closed markets.
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25/11/2006 | Frente Externo
Correa versus Noboa. La alternativa de Ecuador entre Marx y el mercado
El izquierdista radical, candidato a la presidencia, Rafael Correa era favorito en las encuestas de opinión entrando a las elecciones legislativas y presidenciales de Ecuador el 15 de octubre.
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25/11/2006 | Frente Externo
Correa versus Noboa. La alternativa de Ecuador entre Marx y el mercado
El izquierdista radical, candidato a la presidencia, Rafael Correa era favorito en las encuestas de opinión entrando a las elecciones legislativas y presidenciales de Ecuador el 15 de octubre.
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03/08/2006 | Frente Externo
Springtime for Cuba?
On Monday, July 31, Fidel Castro’s secretary read a letter in which the 79-year-old Cuban dictator temporarily purports to delegate authority to his brother Raúl Castro, first vice president of the Council of State and minister of the armed forces.
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18/05/2006 | Economía y Finanzas
Common Sense Over Cuban Drilling
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill are grabbing at straws to put off inevitable gasoline price hikes so Americans won’t have to change their consumption habits.
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13/11/2005 | En Profundidad
Why the U.S. Must Re-Engage In Latin America
Although the Administration has revived the Western Hemisphere's free trade agenda and is working with Congress to counter Colombia's drug and terrorist threats, Latin America is less stable and prosperous than it was 10 years ago. Half-implemented reforms do not allow full citizen participation in politics or the economy.
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13/11/2005 | Frente Externo
Help Nicaraguan Democrats Block "Creeping Coup"
Nicaragua’s 15-year experiment with electoral democracy is collapsing. Leaders who control the dominant Liberal and Sandinista Party factions in the National Assembly are seeking to oust or isolate legit­imately elected President Enrique Bolaños.
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03/11/2005 | En Parrilla
The Keys to a Successful Americas Summit
Since its inception 11 years ago, the Summit of the Americas, run by the Organization of American States (OAS), has been an important forum for OAS presidents to confront shared issues and concerns. It has also become a venue for endless photo opportunities, commitments with little follow-up, and platforms for rants by mischief-makers like Venezuela’s leftist president Hugo Chávez.
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01/05/2005 | Frente Externo
El problema número uno de Ecuador
Estados Unidos no puede abandonar su compromiso pero tampoco puede confiarse de un grupo novato de reformistas para que les salve la situación. Mas bien debe reforzar el apoyo a los principios democráticos y a las instituciones sólidas
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23/04/2005 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
North American Youth Gangs: Patterns and Remedies
Testimony
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23/04/2005 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
North American Youth Gangs: Patterns and Remedies
Testimony
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18/01/2005 | Frente Externo
Nicaragua's Crisis
When Nicaraguan citizens defeated communist comandantes at the ballot box in February 1990, it was the dawn of democracy in a country that had rarely known it and the triumph of elected civilian rule in a region long plagued by dictators.
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18/01/2005 | Frente Externo
Nicaragua's Crisis
When Nicaraguan citizens defeated communist comandantes at the ballot box in February 1990, it was the dawn of democracy in a country that had rarely known it and the triumph of elected civilian rule in a region long plagued by dictators.
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23/01/2003 | Frente Externo
Venezuela Reality Check
During a recent South American tour, a U.S. Senate delegation showed how futile it is to patronize despots. Members struggled to invent common bonds with Venezuela’s authoritarian leader, and then promised what they couldn’t deliver.
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23/01/2003 | Frente Externo
Venezuela Reality Check
During a recent South American tour, a U.S. Senate delegation showed how futile it is to patronize despots. Members struggled to invent common bonds with Venezuela’s authoritarian leader, and then promised what they couldn’t deliver.
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