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Although the OAS helped, sudden public revelations of corruption in Peru were more important.
Cynthia McClintock is professor of political science and international affairs at George Washington University.
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Volume 12, Issue 4
The Editors’ introduction to “Ten Years After the Soviet Breakup.”
Volume 28, Issue 1
Once Europe’s most painful “problem” area, the Balkans have managed to make strides toward stability, democracy, and integration into the West over the last fifteen or so years. But Moscow…
Volume 29, Issue 4
Democracy is enduring in Latin America, but it cannot be said to be prospering. Illiberalism and polarization are rising. Yet core democratic institutions remain firmly in place, and therein lies hope.