Coming up in CLACS: Spotlight on U.S-Latin America Relations

Over the following week, the Center for Latin American Studies at NYU will be hosting two events that deal with the United States’ influence on Latin America. First off, on Monday, March 9th, is The U.S., Mexico, and Latin America: A New Agenda for a New Reality. This event will feature a conversation with Dr. JorgeContinue reading “Coming up in CLACS: Spotlight on U.S-Latin America Relations”

Multiparty Politics in Post-Conflict Guatemala: A Qualitative Assessment 

Posted by Vaclav Mašek, MA Candidate at NYU’s Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies. This post was written in the spring of 2018, based on research funded by the Tinker Grant.  Following a 36-year armed conflict, which culminated with the Acuerdos de Paz Firme y Duradera (“Peace Accords on Long and Lasting Peace”), Guatemala’s transitionContinue reading “Multiparty Politics in Post-Conflict Guatemala: A Qualitative Assessment “