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

202. Lithium Mining in Argentina Threatens Local Communities

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

204. Taking Stock of the Thirty Years of Mercosur

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

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

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

208. Colombian Military Transformation: Strategic Reality and Overcoming Resistances

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

210. Understanding Political and Social Unrest in Bolivia

211. Political Instability and Demonstration Trends in Peru

212. Toxic Conflict: Understanding Venezuela's Economic Collapse

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

222. Statelessness and COVID-19

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

230. Deeply Rooted: Coca Eradication and Violence in Colombia

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

232. A Broken Canopy: Deforestation and Conflict in Colombia

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

234. Tunnels, Bunkers, and Escape Hatches: Defending Economic Rights under Fire

235. Both hard and soft corporate practices construct and secure industrial mining operations: The case of Colombia

236. The Biden White House and the Venezuela Crisis: Time for a Policy Change

237. The Effects of US-China Rivalry on Latin America and Their Implications

238. Therapeutic Communities in Brazil

239. China’s Improvised Mask Diplomacy in Chile

240. Heterogeneous Effects of Forced Migration on Female Labor Supply

241. Routinization and Employment: Evidence for Latin America

242. American Regionalism and Brazilian Diplomatic Discourse (1946-2019)

243. A Theory of Hegemonic Stability in South American Regionalism? Evidence from the Case of Brazil in UNASUR and Venezuela in ALBA

244. Securitized Referent Objects in Brazilian Defence Documents: Natural Resources, Critical Infrastructure and Energy Security

245. Putting in Check the Brazilian Moves in the Climate Chessboard

246. The institutionalized Buen Vivir: a new hegemonic political paradigm for Ecuador

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

248. R2P Monitor, Issue 55, 15 January 2021

249. From Beirut to Brazil

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

259. The Challenges Facing Brazil’s Left

260. Dawn: Marxism and National Liberation

261. The Two Sources of the Illiberal Turn in Brazil

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

263. Building back better after the COVID-19 pandemic

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

265. Fragile States Index 2020

266. Building peace from the grassroots: Learning from women peacebuilders to advance the WPS agenda

267. A Mixed Approach to International Crimes: The Retributive and Restorative Justice Procedures of Colombia’s Special Jurisdiction for Peace

268. Colombia’s shale resource potential

269. The Accuracy Of Proxy Means Tests For Immigrant Populations: A Case Study In Colombia

270. The Politics of Pineapple: Examining the Inequitable Impacts of Southern Costa Rica's Pineapple Industry

271. Regional Financial Arrangements and the International Monetary Fund: Sustaining Coherence in Global Financial Governance

272. Panel on Presidential Candidates on Latin America

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

274. US-Brazil trade and FDI: Enhancing the bilateral economic relationship

275. A new energy strategy for the Western Hemisphere

276. PeaceGame Venezuela: Pathways to Peace

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

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

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

280. Filming Manhole Covers in Chile

281. From Bad To Worse? The Impact(s) of Covid-19 On Conflict Dynamics

282. Entre políticos y criminales: corrupción política en Colombia 2013-2018 (Between Politicians and Criminals: Political Corruption in Colombia 2013-2018)

283. La captura del Estado peruano por el narcotráfico: el caso de los “cuello blanco del puerto” (The Capture of the Peruvian State by Drug Trafficking: the Case of «the White Collars of the Port»)

284. Pacifying Police Units and private interests in Brazil

285. Pruebas de ingreso como predictores del rendimiento académico en los aspirantes a soldados del Ejército (Entrance Tests as Predictors of Academic Performance in Army Soldier Applicants)

286. De la fragmentación de las estructuras criminales a una proto-mafia: un análisis del Primeiro Comando da Capital (PCC) en Sudamérica (From the Fragmentation of Criminal Structures to a Proto-Mafia: An Analysis of the Primeiro Comando da Capital (PCC) in South America)

287. Brasil nuclear: dos interpretaciones opuestas sobre la orientación de su programa atómico (Nuclear Brazil: Two Opposed Interpretations about the Orientation of its Atomic Program)

288. The World Food Programme’s Contribution to Improving the Prospects for Peace in Colombia

289. Leaders under Fire: Defending Colombia’s Front Line of Peace

290. Disorder on the Border: Keeping the Peace between Colombia and Venezuela

291. Venezuela: What Lies Ahead after Election Clinches Maduro’s Clean Sweep

292. Artificial Intelligence, Technological Warfare and Changes in the World Order: China, USA and Brazil

293. Mobility of the Future: Climate Change and New Technologies

294. Asian Production Chains and Technological Decoupling: Trends, Uncertainties and Opportunities for Brazil

295. Brazil-China Post-Covid-19: The Digital City

296. Brazil-China Post-Covid-19: Food Security, Food Safety and Sustainability

297. The Fall of Chile

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

299. Resource-Backed Loans: Pitfalls and Potentialloan

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