"The New Left and Democratic Governance in Latin America" is the first publication of the Latin American Program's three-year project on The New Left and Democratic Governance in Latin America, based on presentations at a November 2006 workshop in Washington, D.C. By exploring political trends and policy outcomes in eight countries - Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Uruguay, and Venezuela - the Project aims to understand why so many governments of the Left have come to power in Latin America at this particular moment in the region's history, and explore the impact of specific public policies in the areas of social welfare, citizen participation, human rights, and foreign relations.
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