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Complete Notes for GOVT2013

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Lecture and tutorial notes covering all lecture content and much of the reading content for GOVT2013 Latin American Politics. Case studies are Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Peru, Venezuela and Chile.

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World Economy Earth Liberal democracies Member states of the United Nations Development economics G20 nations Member states of the Union of South American Nations Dependency theory Latin America Democracy Brazil Michael Reid
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World Economy Earth Liberal democracies Member states of the United Nations Development economics G20 nations Member states of the Union of South American Nations Dependency theory Latin America Democracy Brazil Michael Reid
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Excludes English and Dutch speaking countries (English Guinea, Dutch Guinea, and Jamaica). Occasionally Haiti is considered to be part of L.A. Continent is misnomer. Caribbean: Cuba and Dominican Republic. Cultural and Linguistic similarities leads to diffusion of ideas across the countries in a wave-like pattern. Differences: - Population: Brazil has over 200 million people, Mexico is the next most populous country 125 million people, Panama under 4 million. - Level of Development: Chile, most developed country in region, 16 thousand USD per year GDP per capita. Bolivia, at the other extreme, GDP per capita $3000 per year. - Ethnic Composition: racially div...
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