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Costa Rica’s recent political travails are due not to collusion between the two major parties but to the increasing difficulty of reaching and implementing interparty agreements.
Volume 10, Issue 2
Volume 32, Issue 3
Chilean democracy has opted to throw off a constitution written by a dictator, and has chosen an assembly to craft a new one. Can Chile begin anew?
Volume 27, Issue 2
Public anger at revelations of widespread corruption, along with the rising cost of coalition politics, has brought Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff to the brink of impeachment. Yet the crisis has…