Kenneth F. Greene is associate professor of government at the University of Texas–Austin and author of Why Dominant Parties Lose: Mexico’s Democratization in Comparative Perspective (2007).
Articles by Kenneth F. Greene:
October 2021, Volume 32, Issue 4
A weakened mandate from voters and perennial state dysfunction are putting Mexico’s populist president in a bind. Will he further damage democracy to fulfill his promises for change?
October 2018, Volume 29, Issue 4
AMLO’s sweeping victory in Mexico’s 2018 elections could point to a long-term dealignment of the country’s party system, but it is more likely that a less radical process of partisan recomposition will take place.