Journal

New Journal of Politics in Latin America 3/2017

This issue examines the role of paramilitary groups and the military in Latin America, the relaxation of term limits in Argentina, anti-government protests, and more.

Journal of Politics of Latin America Vol. 9, No. 3 (2017)

Research Articles

  • David Pion-Berlin, Miguel Carreras: Armed Forces, Police and Crime-fighting in Latin America
    Abstract | PDF
  • Jacobo Grajales: Private Security and Paramilitarism in Colombia: Governing in the Midst of Violence
    Abstract | PDF
  • Adrián Lucardi, Gabriela Almaraz: With a Little Help from the Opposition? Relaxing Term Limits in the Argentine Provinces, 1983–2017
    Abstract | PDF
  • Ana Isabel López García: Legislative Coalition Size and Antigovernment Protests in Latin America
    Abstract | PDF

Research Notes

  • Omar Sanchez-Sibony: Classifying Ecuador’s Regime under Correa: A Procedural Approach
    Abstract | PDF

Other News

Journal |

As a consequence of its strong economic growth, China is increasing its international investments and its influence in other parts of the world. From the perspective of political ecology, the current issue of the Journal of Current Chinese Affairs examines the impact of Chinese investments in natural resources and hydropower on regions rich in resources, such as Africa and Asia.

Journal |

The latest special issue of the Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs deals with the bureaucratisation of Islam in Southeast Asia. Examples from Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, and more are analysed from a transdisciplinary perspective.

Journal |

How women mobilise women in presidential election campaigns and why the leftist Worker’s Party became successful in the conservative Northeast of Brazil – these and other questions are answered in the new issue of the Journal of Politics in Latin America.