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201. The Copenhagen School in South America: the (de)securitization of UNASUR (2008-2017)

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

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

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

205. Diplomatic Intervention Made a Difference in Suriname

206. Implementing the Peace Agreement in Colombia: Challenges for peacebuilding and reconciliation

207. Rethinking the Regional Security Complex Theory: A South American view between 2008-2016

208. Engaging Brazil in the era of climate action: Can Europe and the United States devise a new globalisation?

209. Thermal Coal in Colombia: Perspectives and Risks for the Economies of La Guajira and Cesar Departments

210. The Exile Effect: Venezuela’s Overseas Opposition and Social Media

211. Deeply Rooted: Coca Eradication and Violence in Colombia

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

213. A Broken Canopy: Deforestation and Conflict in Colombia

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

215. 2021 Resource Governance Index

216. End the Failed Regime Change Campaign in Venezuela

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

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

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

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

221. Measuring Results and Monitoring Progress of Transitional Justice Processes

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

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

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

225. A Broken Canopy: Deforestation and Conflict in Colombia

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

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

228. Chinese Mining and Indigenous Resistance in Ecuador

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

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

231. Non-binary TikTokers in Latin America: Sharing Debates and Circumventing Censorship

232. Lithium Mining in Argentina Threatens Local Communities

233. Women's Rights and Democratic Transitions: A Comparative Study of Pakistan, Chile, and South Africa

234. Taking Stock of the Thirty Years of Mercosur

235. National Defense and Development: Dialogues Between the Meaning of Helio Jaguaribe's "Autonomy" Concept And the National Strategy of Defense

236. The Reform of the Brazilian Anti-Dumping Regime: A Partial Review of the Determinants and the Implications of Degree 8,058/2013

237. A Zone of Twilight? Peace and Conflict in Latin America and the United Nations

238. Colombian Military Transformation: Strategic Reality and Overcoming Resistances

239. Defense Expenditure and Strategic Capabilities: Dissimilarities Among South American Countries

240. Understanding Political and Social Unrest in Bolivia

241. Political Instability and Demonstration Trends in Peru

242. Toxic Conflict: Understanding Venezuela's Economic Collapse

243. The Space of Utopia: Christians for Socialism in Chile

244. EU and Mercosur in the Twenty-First Century: Taking Stock of the Economic and Cultural Ties

245. Assessing the Economic, Societal and Cultural Benefits of YouTube in Brazil

246. The Evolution of the Earnings Distribution in a Volatile Economy: Evidence from Argentina

247. Exports “Brother-boost”: The Tradecreation and Skill-upgrading Effect of Venezuelan Forced Migration on Colombian Manufacturing firms

248. The distributional effect of a massive exodus in Latin America and the role of downgrading and regularization

249. A decomposition method to evaluate the ‘paradox of progress’ with evidence for Argentina

250. Introducing MACEDA: new micro-data on an indigenous self-determination conflict

251. National Development Bank – BNDES and New Development Bank – NDB: a strategic partnership for development and sustainability?

252. Statelessness and COVID-19

253. Surviving Overlapping Precarity in a 'Gigantic Hellhole' A Case Study of Venezuelan LGBTQI+ Asylum Seekers and Undocument Migrant in Brazil amid COVID-19

254. New Avenues for Colombia’s Internationalization: Trade in Tasks

255. R2P Monitor, Issue 55, 15 January 2021

256. From Beirut to Brazil

257. Case Study 1. Peru: How Gender-Restrictive Groups May Lose the Legal Battle, but Win the Communications and Cultural War

258. National Oil Companies and the Energy Transition: Ecopetrol's Acquisition of an Electric Transmission Company

259. Climate Politics and the Crisis of the Liberal International Order

260. Entrenching the Problem? International Organizations and Their Engagement in Latin America to Address Violence: The Case of the European Union in the Northern Triangle

261. Rethinking Polanyi’s Fictitious Commodities Based on the Brazilian Nuclear Segment

262. From Municipalist Activism to Institutional Changes: An Analysis of the Subnational Dimension in Mercosur (1995-2019)

263. Chinese Investments in Brazil: Economic Diplomacy in Bilateral Relations

264. New Clothes, Old Threads: The Dangerous Right-Wing Offensive in Latin America

265. CoronaShock and Education in Brazil: One and a Half Years Later

266. The Challenges Facing Brazil’s Left

267. Dawn: Marxism and National Liberation

268. The Two Sources of the Illiberal Turn in Brazil

269. Kind or contented? An investigation of the gift exchange hypothesis in a natural field experiment in Colombia

270. Building back better after the COVID-19 pandemic

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

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

273. Panel on Presidential Candidates on Latin America

274. Reporte de Recomendaciones de Política: Hacia un Loreto más próspero

275. Reporte de Recomendaciones de Política: Hacia un Loreto más próspero

276. Specificity of Human Capital: An Occupation Space Based on Job-to-Job Transitions

277. Filming Manhole Covers in Chile

278. The Fall of Chile

279. In the shadow of the virus Varieties of power in the COVID-19 crisis in Venezuela

280. Resource-Backed Loans: Pitfalls and Potentialloan

281. Coronavirus, Oil and Latin America: The Urgency of Economic Diversification and Energy Transition

282. Strategies for Including Women’s and LGBTI Groups in the Colombian Peace Process

283. Enlarging the donor base: an analysis of the World Food Programme’s reform process and the Brazilian bridge diplomacy

284. National interests and the impact of student mobility: the case of Canada and Brazil

285. Exploring Brazilian foreign policy towards women: dimensions, outcomes, actors and influences

286. Evaluating the Trump Administration’s Approach to Sanctions: Venezuela

287. Fighting Against Imperialism: The Latin American Approach to International Sanctions

288. How Sustainable is Recycling? Reconciling the Social, Ecological, and Economic Dimensions in Argentina

289. Could a Bridge between the EU and Latin America Boost Innovation “Sovereignty” in a Multipolar World?

290. Venezuelan Migration, Crime, and Misperceptions: A Review of Data from Colombia, Peru, and Chile

291. Special Commentary: COVID-19 and Brazil: Why the US-Brazil Relationship Matters More Than Ever

292. China-Venezuela Relations in the Twenty-First Century: From Overconfidence to Uncertainty

293. Curbing Corruption after Conflict: Anticorruption Mobilization in Guatemala

294. Measuring Collective Impact: Creating a Framework for Assessing Multiple Peacebuilding Projects in Colombia

295. Best Practices in Data Driven Development Planning in Mining Regions

296. COVID-19 and the battle against poverty in the Southern Cone

297. The Responsibility to Protect in the Americas/La Responsabilidad de Proteger et la Organización de Estados Americanos

298. High Expectations: Chile’s Path Toward a New Constitution

299. The Modern Aim and Growth of the Brazilian Defense Industry

300. Political Tensions and the Failure to Curb COVID-19 in Brazil