In recent years, the state of democratic governance in Latin America has been decidedly mixed. Discussion has turned away from elections and the leftward swings in several countries. Electoral contests are increasingly a matter of routine, and ideology has become notably less salient. The debate now centers on how leaders and institutions confront the complicated tasks of managing their economic and socialaff airs while representing heterogeneous societies with heightened demands and expectations.
The Inter-American Dialogue closely monitors the state of democratic governance and the rule of law in the countries of the Western Hemisphere. Our analysis, reports, and exchanges serve to encourage compliance with regional and international democratic commitments. In recent years, the Dialogue has placed emphasis on elections, press freedom, public opinion within Latin America’s growing middle class, and the implications of political shifts.
Trump no quiere que nadie tenga la impresión de que es blando pero es difícil creer que presionará por una política más dura que Bolton. Espero que haya un Plan B más diplomático en la Casa Blanca para ayudar a restaurar democracia en Venezuela, pero soy escéptico.
Fernández está numa situação muito complicada. Tem de criticar o acordo, para agradar a base mais radical, e moderar-se, para reestruturar a dívida.