Constructing Democratic Governance
The centerpiece of the Dialogue's work on democratic governance is the Constructing Democratic Governance book series, published by John Hopkins University Press and now in its fourth edition. Leading Latin American and US scholars undertake a systematic and wide-ranging examination of the state of democratic governance in Latin America.
Chile’s President Bachelet leaves office after a second term widely seen as disappointing. But her influence was more transformative than many recognize.
What issues are shaping Colombia’s presidential race ahead of the May 27 vote, and how have the top candidates gotten where they are today? What factors will decide the election’s outcome? Would any of the front-runners pursue radically different policies from the current administration of centrist President Juan Manuel Santos?