Tag Archives: Dominican Republic

In Chile, Dissent Has a Woman’s Face

How has a 23-year-old woman posed a serious challenge to Chile’s government?

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When Gringos Get It Right

When it comes to Iraq, what can the United States learn from its 20th century occupations in Latin America?

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Iraq and the Politics of Withdrawal: Lessons from U.S. Occupations in Latin America

What lessons has the United States failed to draw from its occupations in Latin America?

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