Human Rights and
International Democratic Solidarity

Greg Ross
Greg Ross
Institutional Relations Assistant in the United States
Graduate student at the School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University. He is a Research Assistant for the Argentina Project at the Wilson Center in Washington DC and a former Fulbright scholar in Paraguay and former intern at CADAL. He graduated from Chicago University in 2018.
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23/8/2018 | Documents
On the 23rd of August, the City of Buenos Aires observes the Dayof Remembrance for the Victims of Totalitarianism. The life of Czechactivist Milada Horáková is emblematic of the fight against variousforms of totalitarianism.

6/8/2018 | Documents
The conflict between a liberal economic agenda and a politics of repression appeared throughout the Argentine military dictatorship. Tensions between the junta’s pro-market and political agendas surfaced in various economic policies, such as international trade. During the dictatorship, Argentina increased trade with countries in the Soviet sphere: of the ninety-nine bilateral economic agreements signed between 1976 and 1983, thirty were with Soviet countries, China, or Cuba. Cases such as that of the military dictatorship suggest how domestic politics—especially the politics of human rights—can become intertwined with, opposed, and shaped by economic interests.

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