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Where Is the 'Right' in Latin America's Left Turn?

Recent events in Latin America are indicative of the prevailing political instability. The laptops seized during a raid by the Colombian government on the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia in Ecuador allegedly reveal linkages between the leftist leaders of Venezuela/ Colombia and the rebels. Another indication of political fluidity is the case of the Bolivian separatist elites fostering autonomy claims, which could fuel regionalist sentiments across countries.

MANOHAR NEW ARRIV A LS CHHE-SAAT Memoir of an Officer of the 6th/7th Rajput Regiment Stuart Ottowell 81-7304-763-4, 2008, 156p. Rs. 475 DRAVIDIAN SAHIBS AND BRAHMIN MAULANAS The Politics of the Muslims of Tamil Nadu 1930-1967 S.M. Abdul Fakhri 81-7304-775-8, 20

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