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Latin American populists and the virus
The combined health and economic crisis unleashed in Latin America by the coronavirus or Covid-19 pandemic is likely to be one of the most severe setbacks in a generation...
Latin America’s new generation of populists have inherited weakened political institutions and a dissatisfied electorate, critically one that has become receptive to broad anti-establishment messages...
One of the most powerful and emotive issues in any political campaign is the issue of crime and personal security...
Corruption remains a widespread problem throughout Latin America...
A major criticism of both Amlo in Mexico and Bolsonaro in Brazil is that they have failed to focus on a clear and internally consistent economic strategy...
In many ways Covid-19 presents a uniquely powerful challenge to Latin American populist leaders...

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