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With his latest constitutional maneuvering, President Martín Vizcarra is trying to change Peru's political landscape while avoiding the fate of his predecessors.
How Sebastián Piñera’s right-wing government is undermining democratic institutions
This week, a jury found Bolivia’s former president, Gonzalo “Goni” Sánchez de Lozada and his Minister of Defense guilty of extrajudicial killings in 2003 in a landmark case. For their victims, it’s a welcome victory.
U.S. support for a corrupt election continues the country’s history of obstructing Honduran democracy.
A recent ruling to end term limits in Bolivia gives Evo Morales a green light to run in the 2019 presidential elections and beyond.
Amid election violence, Honduran police officers have publicly stated they refuse to crack down on protests. What’s behind this?
A report by election observers reveals how fraud has functioned in Honduras’ presidential elections
The chaos surrounding last week’s presidential elections in Honduras reflects a rightwing consolidation of power in the country, abetted by the United States.
Mauricio Macri’s center-right party, Cambiemos, had a robust showing in October’s midterm elections. What does this say about democracy in Argentina?
How Fidel Castro came to embrace revolutionary violence and understand the limitations of democratic movements– and what it means today.