Latin America’s “Voto Castigo”

The results of this year’s elections are likely to have a profound effect on the region: either strengthening democratic values or burying them under a mountain of extremism and polarization.

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Milei’s Leadership Examined: Forecasting Potential Shifts in Argentina’s Foreign Policy

Javier Milei’s election as President of Argentina marks a significant political turn due to his libertarian stance and proposals for radical economic reform. His personality traits suggest he will be a hands-on leader, heavily involved in policy decisions, with a tendency to micromanage rather than delegate. His analytical nature could help him address complex issues but might also lead to overthinking and slow decision-making. Milei’s inherent distrust may cause tension in international relations and lead to an unpredictable foreign policy.

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Lessons from Ecuador on Emigrant Engagement

The incorporation of emigrants into the legislative bodies of their country of origin represents a significant advancement in the ways that governments define their borders and interact with their non-resident citizens.

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