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Evo Morales : el indio fuera de lugar

Boaventura de Sousa Santos 04/12/19

Los dramáticos acontecimientos en Bolivia han seguido un guion imperial que los latinoamericanos empiezan a conocer bien : preparar el cambio de régimen de un gobierno considerado hostil a los intereses de los Estados Unidos (o mejor de las (...)

Bolivia : ¿golpe o (contra)revolución ?

Fernando Molina 14/11/19

¿Cómo interpretar lo ocurrido en Bolivia ? El movimiento que culminó con la renuncia de Evo Morales y la polémica proclamación de Jeanine Añez como presidenta interina fue producto de diversas dinámicas y anuncia un giro político-ideológico en un (...)

Tunisie : La destruction créatrice du paysage politique

Thierry Brésillon 16/10/19

Retour du souverainisme ? · Les deux candidats au second tour de l’élection présidentielle de dimanche 13 octobre Kaïs Saïed et Nabil Karoui sont deux outsiders aux trajectoires radicalement différentes, mais toutes deux extérieures aux appareils (...)

Twin authoritarianisms in Myanmar

Khin Zaw Win 24/09/19

In the early 21st century, we see that a good part of the world is turning its back on diversity – and this goes beyond Southeast Asia. We see this in Europe, in India, and in the Americas. This trend manifests as a poisonous concoction of (...)

Cinco primeras lecciones de las primarias argentinas

Maristella Svampa 26/08/19

Las elecciones primarias en Argentina reconfiguraron el escenario político. El derrumbe del macrismo y el nuevo ascenso del peronismo son las señas de identidad de este proceso. ¿Qué lecciones se pueden extraer de los resultados ? A una semana de (...)

Victory in the shadow of Erdogan’s authoritarianism

Alperen Atik , Burcu Degirmen-Dysart 26/06/19

Turkey’s opposition wins a major victory showing that the government’s push to overturn the Istanbul mayoral elections had an inverse effect. On June 23, Istanbul residents cast a ballot to elect their mayor for the second time in the last three (...)

Thai Parliament Reinstalls Coup Leader as Premier

Pithaya Pookaman 11/06/19

After a day-long debate on the suitability and qualifications of Prayuth Chan-ocha, the joint parliamentary session on June 5th – in what was a foregone conclusion — handed him Thailand’s premiership with 500 votes out of a total 750 against 244 (...)

Between throwing rocks and a hard place : FPI and the Jakarta riots

Ian Wilson 03/06/19

Many of the questions surrounding who was responsible for the violence that erupted in Jakarta on 21–22 May will likely never be answered. Prevailing theories suggest roles for a mix of interests and actors, involving paid thugs, religious (...)

Modi Won Power, Not the Battle of Ideas

Amartya Sen 31/05/19

The Hindu nationalists were victorious. What does that say about India ? Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India has led his Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party to a major victory in the country’s general elections, winning more than 300 of (...)

Election results 2019 : Five reasons why we will have five more years of (...)

Varghese K. George 23/05/19

Here are five reasons that can be easily identified right away for Mr. Modi’s spectacular second victory Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be ruling India for five years more. At least. This victory will be analysed from multiple angles, not (...)

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