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101. Why Brazil Sought Chinese Investments to Diversify Its Manufacturing Economy

102. Untangling Elite Opposition to Indigenous Rights in Chile

103. The Importance of Lula’s Presidency in an Increasingly Multipolar World

104. Saamaka Maroon Communities Face Continued Land Threats in Suriname

105. The Most Important Election in Brazil’s History

106. The Old is Dying and the New Cannot Be Born

107. Political Violence During Brazil’s 2022 General Elections

108. Political Violence During Brazil’s 2022 Presidential Runoff

109. Democracy and Urban Political Culture in Spanish South America, 1810-1860

110. Inclusion amid ethnic inequality: Insights from Brazil’s social protection system

111. International Law and Order Enforcement: Police Assistance Programs and Politics in US-Brazil Relations

112. “Brazilian Foreign Policy, Multilateral Institutions and Power Relations: an Interview with Ambassador Rubens Ricupero”

113. “One Single Agriculture”: Dismantling Policies and Silencing Peasant Family Farmers in Brazilian Foreign Policy (2016-2022)

114. When only China wants to play: Institutional turmoil and Chinese investment in Brazil

115. Marriage of convenience, love at first sight? A brief manual for teaching international relations in Brazil and beyond

116. BRICS and Global Health Diplomacy in the Covid-19 Pandemic: Situating BRICS’ diplomacy within the prevailing global health governance context

117. South America at the core of Brazilian foreign policy during Bolsonaro’s administration (2019-2022)

118. Why the Opposition Win in Barinas, Venezuela Matters

119. Jogo de Bicho: Brazil’s Popular but Illegal Lottery Game

120. Peru: The Broken Dream of Transformative Government?

121. Argentina 20 Years After La Crisis del 2001

122. UK Must Engage with Argentina Over Future of Falkland Islands

123. Quechua Sports Journalist Takes Language Revitalization to New Spaces

124. Libel Conviction in Peru: A ‘Dagger’ for InvestigativeJournalism

125. Living Without Fear: Francia Márquez and Black Feminist Politics in Colombia

126. Progressive Politics Makes Gains in Colombia's Conservative Antioquia

127. Brazilian Youth Fight to Decolonize Climate Justice

128. Gaining Ground in the Struggle Against Extractivism

129. Will Popular Power Survive?

130. Making Art Amid Mayhem

131. Indigenous Groups Occupy Bogotá Park in Protest

132. Campaigning for a More Dignified Colombia

133. In Bolivia, Ex-President Áñez’s Trial Sparks Debate About Justice

134. The Venezuelan Opposition’s Elusive Quest for Power

135. The Rise and Fall of Barrio Adentro

136. Breaking Through for LGBTQI Rights

137. “I Left Venezuela to Defend the Constitution”: An Interview with Luisa Ortega Díaz

138. Fact Checking Power, April 11, 2002 and Beyond

139. Chavismo in the World

140. Venezuela's Missing Center

141. The Feminist Revolution That Wasn't

142. Displaced and Insecure: Understanding the Exodus and Its Effects

143. Chavismo, Student Movements, and the Future of the Left

144. Navigating Alternate Realities

145. Remembering María Elena Moyano: 30 Years Later

146. Environmental Justice in the Age of Unnatural Disaster

147. Colombia Joins the Green Wave

148. Cooking Revolutions in the Community Pot

149. For Venezuelans in Colombia, the Long Path to Legal Residency

150. Indigenous People’s Food Sovereignty in Ecuadorian Amazon

151. Robbing Reproductive Autonomy: Forced Sterilizations in the Americas and the Inter-American Human Rights System’s Response

152. From emergency to structure: ways to fight Covid-19 via international cooperation in health from Brazil

153. Social Policy Expansion and Retrenchment After Latin America’s Commodity Boom

154. Anticompetitive practices on public procurement: Evidence from Brazilian electronic biddings

155. Affirmative action with no major switching: Evidence from a top university in Brazil

156. Abortion Legalization in Uruguay: Effects on Adolescent Fertility

157. Costs and Benefits of Trade Shocks: Evidence from Chilean Local Labor Markets

158. Authoritarian Populism as a Response to Crisis: The Case of Brazil

159. Hezbollah in Colombia: Past and Present Modus Operandi and the Need for Greater Scrutiny

160. Education as an Opportunity for Integration: Assessing Colombia, Peru, and Chile's Educational Responses to the Venezuelan Migration Crisis

161. Odisea Demográfica. Tendencias demográficas en Argentina: insumos clave para el diseño del bienestar social

162. Lula’s Victory, the New Left and the Future of Latin America

163. Through the Lenses of Morality and Responsibility: BRICS, Climate Change and Sustainable Development

164. The Ethnic Chapter of Colombia’s Peace Agreement Five Years On: An Independent Assessment

165. Drug Policy in Colombia: The Road to a Just Regulation

166. El control social en Colombia: Un balance sobre las veedurías ciudadanas

167. Venezuela Oil Sanctions: Not an Easy Fix

168. Building Bridges between Dependency Theory and Neo-Gramscian Critical Theory: The Agency-Structure Relation as a Starting Point

169. How Does Gramsci Travel in Latin America? Before and After Critical International Relations Theory

170. Land Grabbing and International Political Economy: Towards a Critical Neo-Gramscian Theoretical Model of Land Governance in Latin America

171. Nela Martínez Espinosa (1912–2004) Women of Struggle, Women in Struggle

172. The Military’s Return to Brazilian Politics

173. Defense and Deterrence Against Geo-Economic Coercion What Germany and the EU Can Learn from China and the United States

174. Salmonella Program in the European Union and the Trade Dispute with Brazil at the World Trade Organisation: A Partial Equilibrium Framework

175. Social Mobilization and Structural Racism in Colombia

176. How to be conflict sensitive in the midst of a pandemic? A case study on Colombia

177. Colombia’s Support for Venezuelan Migrants and Refugees: President Petro reaffirms commitment to integration, but continued progress requires more international support

178. Administration and National Defense: Analysis of the relationship between two areas of scientific knowledge in Brazil

179. Dynamics of insecurity and violence during the pandemic in Colombia/Dinámicas de la inseguridad y la violencia durante la pandemia en Colombia

180. The Contribution of Parliament's to Sustainable Development Goal 16 Through Security Sector Governance and Reform

181. The Role of the Diaspora in the Internationalization of the Colombian Economy

182. Diplomatic Intervention Made a Difference in Suriname

183. 2021 Resource Governance Index

184. End the Failed Regime Change Campaign in Venezuela

185. A More Expansive Atlantic History of the Americas: An Interview with Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra

186. The pandemic will not stop us: The impact of COVID-19 on women’s peace activism in Colombia, the Philippines, South Sudan and Ukraine

187. Alive in the Demand for Change: Transitional Justice and Prevention in Peru

188. Accountability in Policing COVID-19: Lessons from the Field

189. Measuring Results and Monitoring Progress of Transitional Justice Processes

190. Transitional Justice and Prevention: Summary Findings from Five Country Case Studies

191. Setting an Agenda for Sustainable Peace: Transitional Justice and Prevention in Colombia

192. A Fight by Other Means: Keeping the Peace with Colombia’s FARC

193. A Broken Canopy: Deforestation and Conflict in Colombia

194. The Pandemic Strikes: Responding to Colombia’s Mass Protests

195. Voices from the Coca Fields: Women Building Rural Communities

196. Civil Resistance Against 21st Century Authoritarianism: Defending Human Rights in the Global South

197. What Railway Deals Taught Chinese and Brazilians in the Amazon

198. Chinese Mining and Indigenous Resistance in Ecuador

199. How Argentina Pushed Chinese Investors to Help Revitalize Its Energy Grid

200. Non-Consensual Intimate Image Distribution: The Legal Landscape in Kenya, Chile and South Africa