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eBook The Transition to Democracy in Paraguay (Latin American Studies Series) download ISBN: 031217523X
Author: Peter Lambert,Andrew Nickson,R. Andrew Nickson
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (September 1, 1997)
Language: English
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16 Assessing the Transition. Andrew Nickson is Senior Lecturer in the Development Administra-tion Group of the University of Birmingham.

The series is an initiative designed to give a comprehensive analysis of some of the many complex problems facing contemporary Latin America and individual Latin American countries. 16 Assessing the Transition.

Latin American Politics and Society. Economic Policy and the Transition to Democracy in Paraguay. The Emerging New Politics of Liberalizing Paraguay: Sustained Civil-Military Control without Democracy

Latin American Politics and Society. In Economic Policy and the Transition to Democracy, ed. Juan Antonio, Morales and Gary, McMahon. New York : St. Martin's Press. Simón, José Luis, ed. 1994. La democracia en Paraguay: cinco años despues. The Emerging New Politics of Liberalizing Paraguay: Sustained Civil-Military Control without Democracy. Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs 34, 2 (Summer): 127–63. Community Politics and Peasant-State Relations in Paraguay. Lanham : University Press of America. Recommend this journal.

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Andrew Nickson is Honorary Reader in Public Management and Latin .

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Andrew Nickson is the Honorary Reader in Public Management and Latin American Studies at the University of Birmingham. He is the author of Local Government in Latin America and the Historical Dictionary of Paraguay. Series: The Latin America Readers.

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The transition to democracy in Paraguay has been one of the most difficult in Latin America. This book highlights the limitations of the process of democratisation in a country which lacked a previous democratic tradition and where the legacy of the harsh regime of Alfredo Stroessner (1954-89) is enduring. The book describes the nature of the Stroessner regime, examines th The transition to democracy in Paraguay has been one of the most difficult in Latin America

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Fifteen Paraguayan and British contributors offer their interpretations of Paraguay's transition to a democratic government during the period 1989-93. The contributors argue that the Colorado Party and the armed forces supported the transition not out of commitment to democracy but to defend their own political and economic interests; that women, the peasantry, and indigenous peoples remain marginalized; and that policy change and democratic consolidation during the Rodriquez and Wasmosy governments have often been blocked by powerful vested interests. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.