Is Mexican Democracy Alive?
Mexican democracy is alive, but the nature of its own sickness has made us all question whether it is working appropriately. Corruption, in addition to an oligarchic unequal society defending individual interests over plural ones and spurring continuous conflict, has undermined the evolution of Mexican democracy and have created a […]
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A Female President, Why Not?
“Don´t cry for me Argentina, the truth is I never left you,” sings Madonna in Evita, an award-winning film that tells the story of the first female president of Latin America, María Eva Duarte. Over recent decades, Bolivian Lidia Gueiler de Guevara, Nicaraguan Violeta Barrios de Chamorro, Panamanians Mireya Moscoso […]