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Latin American Regionalism Under the New Right

Latin American Regionalism Under the New Right

The autonomy void present in the current forms of regionalism in Latin America puts the region’s societies in a position of dependency to non-national projects.

Interview – Raúl Salgado

Interview – Raúl Salgado

Raúl Salgado talks to us about geopolitics and regionalism in Latin America, the role of small states in regional integration, UNASUR, and Brazil’s role within BRICS.

Brazilian Foreign Policy under President Bolsonaro: What Should We Expect?

Brazilian Foreign Policy under President Bolsonaro: What Should We Expect?

Brazil is seemingly seeking a greater international presence with Bolsonaro, probably reviewing many of the guidelines that prevailed in the 2000s.

Online Resources – Mercosur

Online Resources – Mercosur

A brief introduction to Mercosur, with links and media to further explore.

Review – Cooperation and Drug Polices in the Americas

Review – Cooperation and Drug Polices in the Americas

A title that offers valuable lessons for scholars and practitioners, challenging traditional views about U.S. cooperation and highlighting the inertia of current policy.

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A Non-Violent Conflict: The Venezuela-Guyana Dispute

Warfare may not come, but it is clear that inter-state disputes among the two countries over territory and resources will not end anytime soon.

The Future of the Organization of American States

The Future of the Organization of American States

Given the complexity of regional politics in Latin America, the success of the OAS depends on its ability to become relevant again.

On Separatism in Latin America

On Separatism in Latin America

Despite the turmoil that Latin America has experienced in the past 50 years, a strong sense of nationalism is widespread throughout the region, making separatist violence less probable than in other areas of the world.

Mercosur in South America: A Cooperative, Shared, or Consensual Hegemony?

Mercosur in South America: A Cooperative, Shared, or Consensual Hegemony?

Hegemonic power exerted by Brazil towards the region presupposes a certain degree of legitimacy, supported by other states (in this case, Mercosur member states), with consent of internal strata which occupy current hegemonic positions.

Swine flu calls into question the meaning of global health security

Swine flu calls into question the meaning of global health security

The current swine flu outbreak takes place amidst ongoing international efforts to establish a system of global health security. While considerable progress towards this goal has been made, serious unresolved problems mean that the concept and practice of global health security is likely to face severe challenges.

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