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  Number 117 | Abril 1991
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Introduction and Dedication
As in past years, this special issue of envío is a collective product of the Jesuit Center for Research and Social Action in Central America and Panama (CIASCA). It reflects the conclusions of... continuar...

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The United States: Redefining Central America and the World
The United States in 1991 is facing what Secretary of State James Baker has called the "defining moment." What is up for definition is whether the Bush Administration will obtain bipartisan support... continuar...

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The Neoliberal Model in Central America: Gospel of the New Right
The word "development" has disappeared from Latin America's economic vocabulary, replaced with terms like "structural adjustment," economic "reactivation" and, as an umbrella for it all, the "neoliberal... continuar...

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The Nation-State Crisis: Ungovernability
The neoliberal model's main weakness in this region is that it is only a patch sewn over the causes of the crisis. Our central thesis in this analysis is Central America's future ungovernability. The... continuar...

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Demilitarization: The Other Face of Democratization
Perhaps the most hopeful and promising long-term factor in Central America is the rapid development of the regional aspiration to democracy, in the concrete form of growing demilitarization. The people... continuar...

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Central America’s Grassroots Movement: A Partial Alternative
While there have been encouraging advances in demilitarization and political negotiations between the new governments and revolutionary vanguards in El Salvador, Guatemala and Nicaragua, the panorama... continuar...

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Guatemala: The Civilian Facade Collapses
Guatemala witnessed three dynamic processes and one non-starter during 1990. The first dynamic process was the fight between the government and the bourgeoisie over the stabilization and structural... continuar...

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Honduras: A Grassroots Party Emerging from Grassroots Organization
Honduras always stands out as the most backward country of Central America, perhaps with the exception of Panama. The new neoliberal economic plan has been grafted onto a social formation that most... continuar...

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El Salvador: UN Mediation and Civil Negotiations
Though El Salvador in 1990 offered an example of realistic and reasonable negotiation of an armed conflict, not everything in the negotiating process could be characterized in those terms. For that... continuar...

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Nicaragua: Political Maturity and Economic Immaturity
Nicaragua is the only Central American country in which demilitarization and the democratization of society have advanced very far. In 1990, both grassroots Sandinista supporters and the extreme Right... continuar...

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Panama: Eternally Condemned
"Condemned to live under the Pentagon's umbrella," was General Omar Torrijos' comment as he signed the Canal Treaties at the OAS in Washington in 1977. The December 1989 Panama invasion and the events... continuar...

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The Popular Alternative: The Agenda and Challenge for the 90s
In our countries, the fundamental economic subject for a popular alternative is an organized combination of peasants, artisans and small service sectors together with small merchants of the urban informal... continuar...

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