Prensa Latin America must generate institutional confidence and certainty to get integrated into the global economy

FAES Foundation presented its strategic report América Latina. Una Agenda de Libertad, a diagnosis of the health of freedoms, the rule of law and the quality of democracy in the region. Furthermore, FAES has published América Latina en cifras, an additional document that makes a quantitative radiography of the demographic, economic and social situation of Latin American countries. FAES also has presented both texts during the Ibero-American Summit in Guatemala.

Prensa Second edition of Geografía del populismo

A year after its publication, the work incorporates analyses of recent processes such as the growth of AfD in Germany, the constitutional acrobatics of Evo Morales in Bolivia, the drift of 'procesism' in Catalonia or the outcome of the French presidential elections.

Prensa 18th FAES Ibero-American Leaders Training Program

The Program fosters the knowledge on the Spanish political, institutional and economic systems, as well as leadership training. The participants have attended conferences, visited institutions and held meetings with Jose María Aznar and Pablo Casado, among others.

Prensa Mexico's Presidential Elections: A Return to Authoritarian Populism

A possible victory for López Obrador next Sunday represents a risk for governability, a democratic setback in institutional strengthening and the rule of law, and an advance of authoritarian populism to the detriment of the free market and individual freedom with an impact on all of Latin America.

Prensa Bolivia: el derecho humano a la reelección indefinida, el parto de una tiranía

Bolivia continua enfrentada por la modificación constitucional impulsada por Morales con el propósito de consagrar el "derecho humano” a la reelección indefinida en la Presidencia del país. El siguiente en pronunciarse será el Sistema Interamericano de Derechos Humanos, que se espera ponga fin al parto de una tiranía y contribuya a la salud democrática de la región.

Prensa The “Chavez-Tarzan Project” in Latin America

Entender lo que está pasando hoy en América Latina, incluyendo mi país Bolivia, exige fijar la vista en cuatro cosas. En la economía; en la política y el fenómeno “Tarzán”, que tiene su origen en el señor Hugo Chávez; en los desafíos que tenemos como país, como región; y, finalmente, en cómo podemos luchar por la democracia y por la libertad en América Latina.

Prensa Latin America must generate institutional confidence and certainty to get integrated into the global economy

11.15.2018. FAES Foundation presented its strategic report América Latina. Una Agenda de Libertad, a diagnosis of the health of freedoms, the rule of law and the quality of democracy in the region. Furthermore, FAES has published América Latina en cifras, an additional document that makes a quantitative radiography of the demographic, economic and social situation of Latin American countries. FAES also has presented both texts during the Ibero-American Summit in Guatemala.

Prensa Second edition of Geografía del populismo

11.08.2018. A year after its publication, the work incorporates analyses of recent processes such as the growth of AfD in Germany, the constitutional acrobatics of Evo Morales in Bolivia, the drift of 'procesism' in Catalonia or the outcome of the French presidential elections.

Prensa 18th FAES Ibero-American Leaders Training Program

10.01.2018. The Program fosters the knowledge on the Spanish political, institutional and economic systems, as well as leadership training. The participants have attended conferences, visited institutions and held meetings with Jose María Aznar and Pablo Casado, among others.

Prensa Mexico's Presidential Elections: A Return to Authoritarian Populism

06.29.2018. A possible victory for López Obrador next Sunday represents a risk for governability, a democratic setback in institutional strengthening and the rule of law, and an advance of authoritarian populism to the detriment of the free market and individual freedom with an impact on all of Latin America.

Prensa Bolivia: el derecho humano a la reelección indefinida, el parto de una tiranía

06.14.2018. Bolivia continua enfrentada por la modificación constitucional impulsada por Morales con el propósito de consagrar el "derecho humano” a la reelección indefinida en la Presidencia del país. El siguiente en pronunciarse será el Sistema Interamericano de Derechos Humanos, que se espera ponga fin al parto de una tiranía y contribuya a la salud democrática de la región.

Publicaciones The “Chavez-Tarzan Project” in Latin America

07.01.2007. Entender lo que está pasando hoy en América Latina, incluyendo mi país Bolivia, exige fijar la vista en cuatro cosas. En la economía; en la política y el fenómeno “Tarzán”, que tiene su origen en el señor Hugo Chávez; en los desafíos que tenemos como país, como región; y, finalmente, en cómo podemos luchar por la democracia y por la libertad en América Latina.