Fall 2004 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies


The WTO Cotton Case By Simeon Tegel

The UN Knew Better By Adolfo Aguilar Zinser

Zacatecas: A Mirror for the Future By Sergio Aguayo Quezada

Tourism in Baja: Of Marinas and Mirages 

Waiting for Justice: The Women of Ciudad Juárez By Jason Cato

Finding Matías By Claudine LoMonaco

Out of the Shadows? By Jason Cato

Chilean Growth Rooted in Historic Reforms By Thad Dunning

Challenges for the New Administration: Perspectives From Latin America 

Strength in Unity By Jaime Estévez

The Leader’s Burden By Roberto Guareschi

Beyond “the Big Stick” By Jorge Wilheim

The Legacy of Bush’s Foreign Policy By Javier A. Couso

Surviving in the Streets of Ecuador By  Katherine Schlaefer

Beyond the Specter of Unemployment By Kirsten Sehnbruch

Markets By Juanita Pérez-Adelman

Accountability in Fresno By Susana Wappenstein

Center for Latin American Studies, UC Berkeley
Publication date: 
December 1, 2004
Publication type: 
Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article