Latin American Program in the News: Amid Growing Spying Scandal, US Allies in Region Join Chorus of Discontent
This article on Latin American nations asking the U.S. to further discuss an alleged spying program quotes Cynthia Arnson.
Peruzzotti, Enrique, "Argentina after the Crash: Pride and Disillusion", Current History Journal, February 2004.
Argentine democracy appears to be weathering its most serious challenge since 1983 with relative success. The political and economic crisis has not led to the collapse of democratic institutions or prompted calls for authoritarianism."
This publication explores the social policies of President Tabaré Vázquez' leftist Frente Amplio-Nueva Mayoría administration. This bulletin specifically examines measures on tax reform, welfare, national healthcare, wage boards, and education.
On December 6 Fernando Henrique Cardoso spoke to commemorate the 25th Anniversary of the Transitions from Authoritarian Rule Project at the Wilson Center.
The Obama administration will need to establish clear priorities for U.S.–Latin American relations that advance U.S. interests in remarkably changed circumstances. No single approach to the region can guide U.S. policy, nor can policy be successful if it does not recognize the changes in the region over the past decade that are reflected in the hemisphere’s economic and political vitality.