Political Reckonings Loom in Pivotal Elections Across Latin America

Ghitis, Frida
January 2018
World Politics Review (19446284);1/4/2018, p1
The article provides information on pivotal elections in U.S. and political lenders for fundamental philosophy. Topics discussed include unconventional styles of government and its policies, highest level in governance that could deal with public issues, budget laws and corruption activities, and 2016 presidential campaigns.


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