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Sybil Rhodes
Sybil Rhodes

Sybil Rhodes es Directora del Departamento de Ciencias Políticas y Relaciones Internacionales de la Universidad del CEMA, y de la Maestría en Estudios Internacionales. Tiene un Ph.D. y M.A. en Ciencia Política (Stanford University). Lic. en Estudios Latinoamericanos (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill). Es especialista en relaciones internacionales y política comparada.

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Fecha: 4/6/2020
Categoría: Articles
Publicado en: CADAL
The police in the US have too much power over people12852
In a context of excessive disorder, it is more difficult than ever to discuss police abuses and enduring racism rationally. Looting and mayhem often produce a political dynamic of escalating polarization. But in politics nothing is foreordained. The United States can find a better way, one that gives the police the incentive and resources they need to work for people.

Fecha: 18/5/2020
Categoría: Articles
Publicado en: CADAL
Freedom of Movement after Covid-1912797
Of all the controls that people all over the world have accepted with little protest in the name of public health, the prohibition of movement is the most consequential. …[C]ombining trustworthy government information, solidarity with the desperate, and pragmatic technology would surely be an improvement over the mass lockdowns in place in much of the world.

Fecha: 10/4/2017
Categoría: Articles
Publicado en: Puente Democrático
Cubans’ motorcycle diary woes9693
(Latin America Goes Global) Unlike their Latin American counterparts, Cubans face unique challenges traveling and emigrating within Latin America. And that doesn’t include the trouble leaving the island.

Fecha: 21/2/2017
Categoría: Articles
Publicado en: Análisis Latino
Rational Migration Policy in a Xenophobic World 9596
(Latin America Goes Global) If Argentina were to help foment a global trend in xenophobia it would be worrisome, and surprising. The country has one of the most open migration regimes in the world.

Fecha: 18/2/2017
Categoría: Articles
Publicado en: CADAL
Reflections on the Global Think Tank Summit9597
(Perfil/Buenos Aires, Argentina) The message I heard in Montreal was dire, both for the liberal values Cadal embodies and for the ability of think tanks and other civil society organizations to have any sort of effect on the world. However, I thought of reasons for optimism about Cadal´s ability to do good work even in the current difficult context.