Examining the relation between violence and democracy in Mexico, Brazil, and Colombia, Dr. Arturo Alvarado explored how democracy in each country has managed to remain resilient despite these states’ inability to control criminal uses of force. He assessed the implications of current trends for policymakers’ approaches to peacemaking, the rule of law, and democratization. Dr. Cynthia Arnson provided comments.

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