Cuba role in the Bolivarian radical populist movement’s dismantling of democracy: Cuba’s role in the populist and radical Bolivarian movement to dismantle democracy

Cuba role in the Bolivarian radical populist movement’s dismantling of democracy: Cuba’s role in the populist and radical Bolivarian movement to dismantle democracy

Editorial Fund of the Interamerican Institute for Democracy
Co-sponsored by Foundation for Human Rights in Cuba

Publicado February 20, 2018 10:18 am
  • AUTORDouglas Farah
  • Cuba role in the Bolivarian radical populist movement's dismantling of democracy: Cuba's role in the populist and radical Bolivarian movement to dismantle democracy

    Democracy Paper No. 15
  • AÑO DE PUBLICACIONFebruary 7th, 2018
  • ISBN-13978-1985163546
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ENGLISH How A once moribund revolution fueled by Petro dollars remade Latin America and the strategic challenge posed to the United States While Venezuela is generally viewed as the architect of the Bolivarian movement, the Cuban role transformed the radical populist Movement into a tier-one challenge to the United States. THE AUTHOR Douglas Farah is an American journalist, author and national security consultant. Farah served as United Press International bureau chief in El Salvador from 1985 to 1987, and a freelance journalist for The Washington Post, Newsweek, and other publications until being hired as a staff correspondent for The Washington Post in 1992. While working for the Post, Farah served as bureau chief of Central American and the Caribbean until 1997, international investigative reporter between 1998 and 2000, and of West Africa between 2000 and 2003. He left the Post in 2004, and has since authored two books and served as a contributor to peer reviewed publications such as the Journal of International Affairs and analysis pieces for Foreign Policy and the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). He is currently President of IBI consultants LLC. IN SPANISH How a dying revolution fed by Petrodollars tries to remake Latin America and the strategic challenge that this poses to the United States while Venezuela generally looks like the architect of the Bolivarian movement, the role of Cuba It has really transformed the radical populist movement into a top-level challenge for the United States. ABOUT AUTHOR Douglas Farah is an American journalist, author and national security consultant. Farah served as head of United Press International’s office in El Salvador from 1985 to 1987, and an independent journalist for The Washington Post, Newsweek and other publications until he was hired as The Washington Post’s correspondent in 1992. While working for the Post, Farah was head of the Central American and Caribbean office until 1997, an international investigative journalist between 1998 and 2000, and West Africa between 2000 and 2003. He left the Post in 2004. He is the author of two books and has contributed with publications such as the Journal of International Affairs and conducted analyses for Foreign Policy and the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). He is currently president of IBI consultants LLC.

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