Patricio Navia is a a contributing columnist for Americas Quarterly, professor of liberal studies at NYU and professor of political science at Diego Portales University in Chile.
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- The Problem With Defending Democracy in Venezuela, But Not Cuba
- The Summit of the Unpopular and the Lame Ducks
- Why Chile Should Be Proud of Piñera’s Boring Inauguration
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- Why Piñera Is the Frontrunner to Return as Chile’s President
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- Chile’s Municipal Elections: Everyone Loses, but the Ruling Coalition Loses More
- Lessons for Regionwide Engagement from Obama’s Latin America Trip
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