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President’s ideology and Latin American Countries’ participation in peacekeeping, 1991-2017
Recentemente, em todo o mundo, o interesse pelas operações de missão da paz das Nações Unidas (ONU) atingiu novos patamares. Não foi diferente para a participação dos países da América do Sul e Central desde a década de ...
In the justice we trust: courts as an unbiased institution to resolve governmental corruption
There is very little information about the underlying reasons for an individual’s distrust of public leaders’ judgment. Although much is known about the reasons why citizens keep supporting corrupt politicians, most of the ...
From openness to restriction: South American governments’ responses to the Venezuelan exodus, 2014-2019
The Venezuelan exodus represents one of the most extensive political and humanitarian crises ever experienced in South America. Yet, governments in the region have failed to promote stability in Venezuela and have been ...
Why do small powers go to big wars?: the Colombian participation in the Korean conﬂict (1950-1953)
This work addresses the determinants of the decisions made by small powers to ﬁght alongside great powers in major conﬂicts. When faced with the request from a great power to participate in wars, some peripheral countries ...