Several factors, including the COVID-19 pandemic, have contributed to the possible return of populism in Bolivia. What implications does this have for the Latin America and the country’s relations with the United States?
Throughout its history, El Salvador has had to fight authoritarian regimes more than once. President Nayib Bukele promised to be different, but his actions are proving to be just as big a threat to the country’s democracy.
Without the proper judicial and prosecutorial reforms, the transitional justice provisions included in the U.S.’s transition framework for Venezuela will prove ineffective and worse, erode confidence in the possibilities of justice.
AMLO’s attempts to turn MORENA into the country’s dominant political force and his own populist governing style is concentrating power in the executive branch and threatening Mexico’s young democracy. A year after historic elections, was this the political change voters had in mind?