- The Inter-American Democratic Charter and the Evolution of Democracy in Latin America: Strengths, Weaknesses and Recommendations
- Rafael Roncagliolo Appointed Foreign Minister of Peru
- Minister of State Ablonczy Proposes Compendium of Practices of Democracy
- Canada and the Americas: Priorities & Progress
- Democracy promotion needs more resources, imagination, political will
- Institucionalizar los cambios, el reto para la democracia en Bolivia
- Bolivia: democracia en construcción, ¿atrás o adelante?
- Plural Editores Publishes Bolivian Edition of ADRN Book
- Article in Los Tiempos on the seminar in Cochabamba, Bolivia
- Pagina Siete interview on political situation in Bolivia
- ADRN’s new presentation in La Paz, Bolivia, February 15, 2011
- Article in La Republica on ADRN’s new book, “Democracia en la Región Andina”
- Radio Interview on RPP Noticias
- Interview regarding ADRN’s new book
- Statement on the Crisis in Ecuador
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See Gobernabilidad Democrática en Bolivia’s article and video.
Article in Los Tiempos regarding the seminar in Cochabamba, Bolivia, gives an excellent overview of the ADRN project and its findings.
The ADRN’s book “Democracia en la Region Andina” was presented in Cochabamba, Bolivia. Participants included Maxwell A. Cameron, Carlos Crespo, Eduardo Córdova, Bernardo Peredo y Alfonso Ferrufino. See Los Tiempos article, Feb 21, 2011.
Cameron: “It may be that in Bolivia there are abuses of power, but not authoritarianism”. See article in Pagina Siete (Spanish):
The ADRN’s recently published book, “La Democracia en la Region Andina” will be presented at La Fundación Boliviana para la Democracia Multipartidaria (fBDM).
December 21, 2010. Lima, Peru. La Republica. See: Article in La Republica on Democracia en la Región Andina
Max Cameron also interviewed on December 18, 2010. Raul Vargas, RPP Noticias, Lima, Peru. See: Radio Interview on RPP Noticias.
December, 16, 2010. Jaime de Althaus, Hora N, América Televisión, Lima, Peru. On book: Democracia en la Región Andina. See: Max Cameron Interview on Hora N
The Andean Democracy Research Network will meet at LASA in Toronto October 6-9th, 2010. The ADRN will be holding a workshop at LASA as well as a book launch for their recent publication with La Revista de Ciencia Política. Please … Continue reading
The Democracy Research Network on the Americas held a workshop in Washington D.C. at American University , on June 21- 23, 2010, entitled, “Participation and Representation in Latin America”. A rapporteur’s report of the workshop will be made available soon.
The UBC Centre for the Study of Democratic Institutions’ Democracy Network, along with its partners and researchers hosted a seminar in Lima, Peru, from June 17-18, 2010 entitled, “The Challenges of Democracy in Latin America”. See program here. (español). See … Continue reading
The Andean Democracy Research Network’s findings have just been published in La Revista de Ciencia Política and are available for download.
Flash Report: A Key Decision in Colombia March 12, 2010 Felipe Botero, Ph.D. Department of Political Science Universidad de los Andes Bogotá, Colombia On February 26, 2010, the Constitutional Court in Colombia ruled as unconstitutional the law that called for … Continue reading
Las conclusiones del informe final escrito por la Red de Investigación de la Democracia Andina han sido notados por La Republica (Peru)/ The findings from the Andean Democracy Research Network’s final report have been noted by La Republica newspaper in Peru: … Continue reading
Presentación en la PUCP:Red de Investigación de la Democracia Andina, “Más allá de la democracia electoral: hacia democracias ciudadanas en Los Andes”
The work of the Andean Democracy Research Network was recently presented at the Catholic University of Peru, Feb 23, 2010. PRESENTACIÓN DEL INFORME : “Más allá de la democracia electoral: hacia democracias ciudadanas en Los Andes”. Maxwell Cameron, Universidad de British Columbia … Continue reading
Published in The Mark October 14, 2009. By Maxwell A. Cameron Justifications for the removal of the Honduran president ignore one crucial fact: there’s no such thing as a constitutional coup. A lesson of the forcible removal of President Zelaya … Continue reading
By Rebecca Alegria Monnerat October 1, 2009 On the morning of Tuesday, September 22, 2009, masked Honduran security forces used tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse supporters of deposed President Manuel Zelaya that surrounded the Brazilian Embassy where Zelaya … Continue reading
Spanish-language version of Santiago Basabe Serrano’s Flash Report on Ecuador’s Elections is available for download. English version of the Flash Report on Elections in Ecuador also now available.
On Sunday, February 15, 2009, Venezuelans approved a referendum that modified the country’s constitution, allowing elected officials to run for office indefinitely. This most notably will permit President Hugo Chávez to run for continuous six-year terms, beginning in 2012, when … Continue reading