Tag: Latinobarómetro

When democracy is not enough: Can technology ‘revolutionize’ Latin America

     

Less than half of all Latin Americans today favor democracy, and less than a quarter are satisfied with what it has achieved in their countries, according to the multinational polling… Read more »

Populism, polarization threaten Latin America’s democratic renewal

     

It was one of the greatest waves of democratization ever. In 1977 all but three of the 20 countries in Latin America were dictatorships of one kind or another. By… Read more »

Corroding Latin America’s largest democracy ‘from the inside out’

     

An authoritarian-seeming partial outsider who praised the country’s military dictatorship, rejects some rules of the democratic game and threatens to undermine citizen’s rights has won the first round of the Brazilian… Read more »