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Social Media: Americas: South America: Bolivia

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Protests Here, Protests There: Mass Demonstrations and the State of Democracy in the U.S. & Bolivia
Protests Here, Protests There: Mass Demonstrations and the State of Democracy in the U.S. & Bolivia
Author analyzes protest movements in U.S. and Bolivia and what government response says for a healthy democracy in both countries. By Nicholas A. Fromherz. (11/07/2011) Read More...


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The Dragon in the Backyard
Article detailing Latin America's shift in economic relations toward China, Iran and the Global South and away from the United States. (The Economist, 8/13/2009) Read More...


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Diplomacy Underground
In the bloody War of the Pacific in 1879, Chile took away Bolivia’s only access to the sea. Over a century later, demands from Bolivia for the recuperation of this land are louder than ever. Written B... Read More...


Chávez and Morales Take On Sweeping Measures at Land Reform
Chávez and Morales Take On Sweeping Measures at Land Reform
Authors present analysis of land reform efforts in Venezuela and Bolivia. By Adam Kott and David Rosenblum Felson. (04/29/2009) Read More...


Crumbling Bolivia
Crumbling Bolivia
Author examines current political state of Bolivia and issues facing President Evo Morales. By Adam Kott. (09/12/2008) Read More...


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Healing Bolivia
Author argues that Bolivia stands before two distinct paths: uncontrolled civil violence, political crisis, and institutional collapse, or short-term tension, medium-term accommodation, and long-term ... Read More...


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Democracy consists of more than just elections
The author describes the domestic political situations in Argentina, Guatemala, Bolivia, Ecuador, and Venezuela and emphasizes the importance of democratic principles including civil liberties, fair e... Read More...


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All Smoke, No Fire in Bolivia
Author looks at the nationalization of the petroleum industry in Bolivia. By William Powers. (New York Times, 5/6/2006) Read More...


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Step 1 in Bolivian Takeover: Audit of Foreign Companies
Bolivian authorities said Wednesday that they planned to scour the financial records of foreign energy companies and they threatened explicitly for the first time to seize company assets if new contra... Read More...


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Evo Morales tilts towards Chavismo
Article examines Bolivia's recent shift towards leftist economics. Current Latin American economic trends are also highlighted and compared with this country's new policies. (FT, 30/04/06) Read More...


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The Backlash Against Democracy Promotion
The Bush Administration's obscure message "democracy promotion" often thought as "regime change" by nations around the world. by Thomas Carothers (Foreign Affairs.org, March/April 2006) $2.95 fee Read More...


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New Day for Bolivia
The election of Eva Morales has led to a reevaluation of trade agreements and their function in developing economies. (The Nation, 1/27/06) Read More...


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El Presidente's New Clothes
The author writes that one of the keys to Evo Morales' rise to power in Bolivia is his ability to portray himself as all things to all people. By Edmundo Paz Soldan. (New York Times, 1/20/2006) Read More...


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Bolivia Military Threatens Intervention
Bolivia's armed forces chief threatened military intervention Thursday as protests spread over the prospect that Congress would name the conservative Senate leader as president. (Guardian Unlimited, (... Read More...


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Bolivia: Tiny Nation, Big Troubles
Corruption. Weak democracy. These two enduring problems help account for the lack of economic opportunity for Bolivia's poor masses. They also explain why that country is on the verge of tipping left ... Read More...


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A Glance at Bolivia's Political Crisis
At the root of Bolivia's unrest is a deep sense among the impoverished Indian majority of a lack of political representation and an unjust distribution of resources. (Guardian, 6/9/2005) Read More...


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In Bolivia, a Political Landscape Shaped by Protests
Road Blockades Empower the Poor. By Monte Reel (The Washington Post Foreign Service, Monday, April 4, 2005). Read More...


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Association of Latin-American Integration. (ALADI)
ALADI is the largest Latin-American group of integration. It has twelve member countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela, tot... Read More...


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