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Episode 3: Javier Corrales on Radar Opportunitas: The Future of Democracy in Latin America

In the latest episode of Radar Opportunitas, Guillermo Bolinaga and Javier Corrales, professor of Political Science at Amherst College and contributor to The New York Times, discuss one of the trends that will shape the political and business dynamics in Latin America in 2024: progressive democratic deconsolidation. Javier Corrales analyzes the current state of this political system in Latin America, highlighting its challenges and opportunities.

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Javier Corrales on Radar Opportunitas: The Future of Democracy in Latin America

In a region that has been rocked by political, economic, and social crises, democracy in Latin America stands at a crossroads. Political polarization, corruption, the influence of illegal economies, and the erosion of technical capacity among public officials have all increased in Latin America.

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The Energy Transition in Latin America Radar Opportunitas

Energy Transition in Latin America: Opportunities and Challenges

Opportunitas Advisors launches its podcast “Radar Opportunitas,” to discuss trends in risk, strategy, and public policies in Latin America. In the first episode, Guillermo Bolinaga, founding partner of the firm, speaks with Francisco Monaldi, economist, senior advisor at Opportunitas Advisors, and director of the Energy Program for Latin America at the Baker Institute’s Center for Energy Studies at Rice University. They delve into the future of energy transition in Latin America, its potential, and the challenges it faces.

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