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Year XV N° 65 - January 23, 2018
In the previous review, carried out in 2013, the Cubangovernment categorically rejected the most relevantrecommendations on their human rights violations, which pers
Gabriel C. Salvia

Year XV N° 64 - April 26, 2017
The biggest problem the UN is facing when defending Human Rights is that only a minority of its 193 members have a well-institutionalized democracy. Furthermore, unl >>
Gabriel C. Salvia y Matthias Peschke

Year XIV N° 59 - November 9, 2016
The historical framework. Human rights in a communist dictatorship. The Peaceful Revolution in Autumn 1989 and German Unity on 3 October 19904. The complexity of the >>
Günter Nooke

Year XIV N° 58 - September 15th, 2016
A renewed struggle between democracy and authoritarianism has emerged. The decade-long democratic decline reported by Freedom House has been most dramatic within the >>
Christopher Walker

Year XIV N° 57 - June 9, 2016
As Cuba’s foreign relations undergo epoch-making change, and following President Barack Obama’s historic visit to the island in March, Havana circles the wagons of s >>
Armando Chaguaceda y Ted A. Henken

Year XIII Number 56 - December 9, 2015
Sixteen years after the first World Movement Assembly, the situation has dramatically changed. We no longer have the strong wind of triumphant democracy in our sails >>
Ladan Boroumand

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Carlos Gervasoni, Gerardo Scherlis, Aleardo Laría, María Clara Güida, Diego Hernán Armesto, Néstor Losa y Néstor Sclauzero.

El libro lleva el prólogo de presidente Lech Wałęsa, Premio Nobel de la Paz y líder del movimiento Solidaridad, y tiene como autores a Andrzej Antoszewski, >>
Of the 21 Latin American countries, eleven placed below the global average and only three received an ideal score in terms of civil liberties and political rights: C >>
Gabriel C. Salvia y Hernán Alberro

"Pensar treinta años complejos, turbulentos, como los transcurridos desde el nacimiento democrático, no es una empresa fácil. Los autores aquí reunidos, sin embargo, >>
Carlos Fara, Graciela Fernández Meijide, Adrián Lucardi, Marcos Novaro, Gabriel Palumbo, Luis Alberto Romero, Fernando Ruiz y Daniel Sabsay

Year XI Number 48 - October 31, 2013
A constantly recurring theme in our discussions has been the extent to which a country’s, or group of countries’, distinctive history and culture impacts on what can >>
Gareth Evans

Year XI Number 136 - September 3, 2013
The internal competitiveness of the 2013 primary elections (PASO) was very low, indicating that parties/alliances remain far from a political opening that involves c >>
Adrián Lucardi, Gabriel Salvia y Lara Jeich

In order to appear in the ranking, the counties must qualify in the three indices from which the scores are drawn from. For the first time, North Korea is being incl >>
Gabriel C. Salvia y Hernán Alberro

Year XI Number 41 - January 29, 2013
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Jerzy Pomianowski

Year X Number 39 - November 1, 2012
Speech by Glanis Changachirere, Institute for Young Women Development, Zimbabwe: On the Occasion of the Opening Ceremony of the 7th World Assembly, October 14th, 201 >>
Glanis Changachirere

Year X Number 38 - October 23, 2012
Essential human rights principles say that for citizens ‘everything which is not forbidden is allowed’ while for the government ‘everything which is not allowed is f >>
Yevgeniy Zhovtis

Chile heads the regional ranking, rising one position to 15th overall since 2010, overtaking Austria. Uruguay is the second country in the regional ranking and finds >>
Gabriel C. Salvia y Hernán Alberro

In the words of George Orwell, “one does not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a revolution; one makes the revolution in order to establish the dictator >>
Ingemar Cederberg y otros

Year VIII Number 115 - October 28, 2010
This document seeks to study the UPR corresponding to the Cuban regime, which took place during the fourth working session of the UPR Working Group, in the period Fe >>
Eduardo Viola y Héctor Ricardo Leis

Year IV Number 4 - January 2010
Leaders of development - The analysis of the cases of New Zealand and Denmark, heading the ranking for third consecutive year, indicates that there are powerful theo >>
Gabriel C. Salvia y Hernán Alberro

Year VII Number 30 - September 17, 2009
This document seeks to study the UPR corresponding to the Cuban regime, which took place during the fourth working session of the UPR Working Group, in the period Fe >>
Pablo Brum y Mariana Dambolena

Year VI Number 11 - First Semester 2009
The most serious crisis has taken place in Central America, specifically in Honduras – The global economic crisis, which was unleashed in the United States around Se >>
Carlos Sabino

Year VII Number 101 - June 23, 2009
This document intends to analyze the functioning of the “economic model” in the provinces, reflecting on the political impact which the current economic crisis could >>
Adrián Lucardi

Year VII Number 27 - May 14th, 2009
Committed diplomacy is a problematic concept. Even though its exact definition is elusive, it is a practice that is backed by sufficient historical evidence to be re >>
Pablo Brum y Mariana Dambolena

Year VII Number 94 - March 20, 2009
The most alarming issue within the President’s speech is her conception of economics: “Economics – as you all know - is, precisely, to administer with the disposable >>
Adrián Lucardi

Year VII Number 96 - April 14, 2009
As a sort of contemporary slaves, we, the Cuban people in the middle of the 21st century, do not only depend on government permissions to leave or to return to our c >>
Hilda Molina

Year VII Number 92 - January 30, 2009
Few ideas generated more adhesion and sympathy during the whole 20th century than these of socialism and nation. And nothing else within History triggered off bigger >>
Fernando A. Iglesias

Year V Number 10 - Second Semester 2008
Living a very different economic situation, a recession and a constriction of the world markets, the populist governments are currently confronted with a tough reali >>
Carlos Sabino

Number 10 / Second Semester 2008
The arbitrary use of public advertising is an ever more denounced practice, thus new criteria on the subject is beginning to run over the region, with more transpare >>
Fernando J. Ruiz

Year II Number 3 - December 2008
Just like in the previous edition, two former British colonies, New Zealand and Myanmar, occupy the first and last position in this ranking, respectively. All in all >>
Gabriel C. Salvia y Hernán Alberro

A little more than a hundred years after the abolition of the death penalty, the criminal system of Uruguay and especially the jail system – assuming that the latter >>
October 2008
The economy Nobel Prize winner Amartya Sen revolutionized the concept of development by referring to it as "human development". This is how liberty became a central >>
Hernán Alberro

Year VI Number 86 - June 20, 2008
The Treaty of Rome (1957) and the acquis communautaire give the impression that the EU is broadly aware of responsible political and economic policies. >>
Fredo Arias King

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Ángel Soto, Paula Schmidt, Eneas Biglione, Jorge Castañeda, Sebastián Edwards, Jaime García Covarrubias, Bárbara Horzella, Cristián Larroulet, Carlos Malamud, Patricio Navia, Verónica Neghme, Rogelio Núñez, Fernando Ruiz and Raúl Sanhueza. (Ángel Soto and Paula Schmidt, editors).

Year III Number 8 - Second Semester 2007
THE BEGINNING OF THE END IN VENEZUELA
Chávez has been forced to accept, in a clearly angry state, that Venezuelans did not want to turn the >>
Carlos Sabino

Number 8 - Second Semester 2007
THE WORST AREAS TO PRACTICE JOURNALISM IN THE SECOND SEMESTER 2007
- During the succession currently underway, Cuba is maintaining control ov >>
Fernando J. Ruiz

Year I Number 2 - November 2007
This report argues that development stands on three pillars: democratic liberties, a market economy and transparency in government. >>
Gabriel C. Salvia y Hernán Alberro

October 2007
Chile, Costa Rica and Uruguay lead the ranking.
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Hernán Alberro

Year V Number 18 - September 18th, 2007
Political transitions are highly uncertain events. For example, in 1988, the conventional wisdom was that communist rule in Eastern Europe was entrenched and would l >>
Juan J. López

Number 7 - First Semester 2007
THE WORST AREAS TO PRACTICE JOURNALISME IN THE FIRST SEMESTER 2007
- Journalists' life in Cuban prisons.
- Mexico surpasses Colombia i >>
Fernando J. Ruiz

Year V Number 17 - July 18th, 2007
Rogue states are perhaps new as a term in international politics, but they are not a novelty per se. They have existed throughout the different periods of history, g >>
Pablo Brum

Year III Number 7 - First Semester 2007
THE POLITICAL OUTLOOK BECOMES CLEARER
21st. century socialists. Cuba. Venezuela. Bolivia. Ecuador. Nicaragua.
There is a group of co >>
Carlos Sabino

Year I Number 1 - January 2007
Iceland heads this 2006 ranking whilst Turkmenistan is assigned the last spot. Chile makes an impressive appearance at post number 17, best ranked amongst all Latin >>
Gabriel C. Salvia y Hernán Alberro

Year IV Number 65 - March 2, 2007
A lot of “Argentine ideas” have been floated in Serbia of late. As Serbia looks at experiences of other countries, it must realize that the key to growth and develop >>
Boris Begovic

Number 6 - Second Semester 2006
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Fernando J. Ruiz

Year III Number 6 - Second Semester 2006
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Carlos Sabino

A non-authourized biography and the difficult relationship with Kirchner >>
Ceferino Reato

The women of the prisoners of the Black Cuban Spring >>
Erika Lüters Gamboa

Number 5 - First Semester 2006
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Fernando J. Ruiz

Year IV Number 12 - March 10th, 2006
The role of the Soviet Union in Argentina’s defense is well-known among human rights experts, who noted the development of an “unholy alliance.” Less is understood a >>
Kezia McKeague

Number 4 - Second Semester 2005
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Fernando J. Ruiz

Postscript on the siege of the press during the Southern Cone military dictatorships >>
Jorge Elías

Number 2 - November 2005
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Hernán Alberro

Year III Number 41 - October 17, 2005
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Ricardo López Göttig

The experience of Eastern Europe >>
Fredo Arias King

Number 3 - October 2005
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Pedro Isern Munné

Year III Number 39 - September 15th, 2005
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Jorge Marshall Rivera

La experiencia chilena (The Chilean Experience)
Consensus for Development >>
Jorge Marshall, Eugenio Tironi, Cristián Larroulet, Carlos Gervasoni, Pedro Isern, Ricardo López Murphy, Raúl Ferro, Ángel Soto and Raúl Sanhueza. (Pedro Isern and Gabriel Salvia, editors).

Year III Number 35 - July 12, 2005
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Pedro Isern Munné

Number 3 / First Semester 2005
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Fernando J. Ruiz

From the benefactor government to the possibilitating government >>
Mauricio Rojas

Year III Number 26 - March 1, 2005
This Document is part of a program of activities between the Center for the Opening and Development of Latin America (CADAL) and the Center for Liberal-Democratic St >>
Boris Begovic

Testimony from the current Cuban political prison >>
Jorge Luis García Pérez ''Antúnez''

Year II Number 7 - November 8th, 2004
In its relationship with China, Kirchner’s government seems to be decided to apply a sort of pinochetist pragmatism: “economic openning is welcome, leaving aside the >>
Gabriel C. Salvia

Year II Number 19 - August 6, 2004
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Pedro Isern Munné

Number 1 - August 2004
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Hernán Alberro

Number 1 - July 2004
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Pedro Isern Munné

Year II Number 16 / May 21st., 2004
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Mauricio Rojas

Year II Number 14 / March 26, 2004
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Pedro Isern Munné

The end of labor and the new prophets of Apocalypse >>
Mauricio Rojas con la colaboración de Pedro Isern

Year I Number 7 / August 27, 2003
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Alejandro San Francisco R y Angel Soto

Report and testimonies about the New Cuban Press >>
Fernando J. Ruiz

The peaceful struggle for democratic opening in Cuba >>
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