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The ICJ As An Effective Conflict Prevention Tool in Latin America

The ICJ As An Effective Conflict Prevention Tool in Latin America

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has been successful in Latin American affairs but the sea access case will monitor how countries react to future rulings.

The Importance of Land for Women Confronting Patriarchy and Climate Change

The Importance of Land for Women Confronting Patriarchy and Climate Change

The community of María Auxiliadora is an example of women’s experiences and looks to create the conditions to confront violence against women and climate change.

The Developing World’s Tragic Engagement with Microcredit

The Developing World’s Tragic Engagement with Microcredit

The microcredit model has tragically failed. Governments now need to establish community-based financial institutions that can promote sustainable pro-poor development.

Bolivia’s New International Stage

The December 2005 election of Evo Morales as the president of Bolivia captivated international attention. Not surprisingly, it was greeted (by supporters and critics alike) as part of the region-wide shift to the left. Morales has worked to realign Bolivia away from its earlier Washington orbit and closer to anti-American bona fides like Venezuela’s Hugo Chávez and Cuba’s Fidel Castro. But he’s playing a dangerous game.

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