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    In Bolivia’s Footsteps: structural change and political disintegration in the West. Part 5/5: Evo vs Trump

In Bolivia’s Footsteps: structural change and political disintegration in the West. Part 5/5: Evo vs Trump

In the final blog post of this five-part series, Professor Jean-Paul Faguet applies the analysis of structural change to the contrasting cases of Evo vs Trump.   

Click here to hear Duncan Green’s interview with Jean Paul Faguet on what Bolivia tells us about rapid collapses of Political Party systems.
PART 5: Evo vs Trump
Lastly, what do the sweeping changes that have transformed Bolivia teach us […]

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    In Bolivia’s Footsteps: structural change and political disintegration in the West. Part 4/5: Four more lessons for the West

In Bolivia’s Footsteps: structural change and political disintegration in the West. Part 4/5: Four more lessons for the West

In the fourth blog post of this five-part series, Professor Jean-Paul Faguet uses Bolivia’s experience to derive four more lessons for the West.   

Click here to hear Duncan Green’s interview with Jean Paul Faguet on what Bolivia tells us about rapid collapses of Political Party systems.
PART 4: Four more lessons for the West
Fifth, any new politics of identity is bound to be far more […]

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    In Bolivia’s Footsteps: structural change and political disintegration in the West. Part 3/5: Four lessons for the West

In Bolivia’s Footsteps: structural change and political disintegration in the West. Part 3/5: Four lessons for the West

In the third blog post of this five-part series, Professor Jean-Paul Faguet uses Bolivia’s experience to derive lessons for the West.   

Click here to hear Duncan Green’s interview with Jean Paul Faguet on what Bolivia tells us about rapid collapses of Political Party systems.
PART 3: Four lessons for the West
What lessons does the Bolivian experience hold for Europe, the UK and the US? A […]

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    In Bolivia’s Footsteps: structural change and political disintegration in the West. Part 2/5: Collapse and rebirth

In Bolivia’s Footsteps: structural change and political disintegration in the West. Part 2/5: Collapse and rebirth

In the second blog post of this five-part series, Professor Jean-Paul Faguet  explains Bolivia’s political collapse as a deep tectonic shift in its main axis of politics.   

Click here to hear Duncan Green’s interview with Jean Paul Faguet on what Bolivia tells us about rapid collapses of Political Party systems.
PART 2: Collapse and rebirth
The collapse of Bolivia’s politics was not caused by a president’s […]

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    In Bolivia’s Footsteps: structural change and political disintegration in the West. Part 1/5: Stability and collapse

In Bolivia’s Footsteps: structural change and political disintegration in the West. Part 1/5: Stability and collapse

In the first blog post of this five-part series, Professor Jean-Paul Faguet summarises a recent article he wrote in which he suggests we can open an analytical window into the causes of the rapid collapse of previously stable political party systems by examining the experience of Bolivia.  

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    Sneak peak of Professor Faguet’s Popular Democracy, part 5 of 5

Sneak peak of Professor Faguet’s Popular Democracy, part 5 of 5

To celebrate the Spanish-language launch of Professor Jean-Paul Faguet’s book Popular Democracy: Governance from Below in Bolivia, we will be publishing the first chapter of the book as part of a five part series over the coming month. You can read our post about the book launches in Bolivia here.

In case you’ve missed it, you can read part 1/5 […]

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    Sneak peak of Professor Faguet’s Popular Democracy, part 4 of 5

Sneak peak of Professor Faguet’s Popular Democracy, part 4 of 5

To celebrate the Spanish-language launch of Professor Jean-Paul Faguet’s book Popular Democracy: Governance from Below in Bolivia, we will be publishing the first chapter of the book as part of a five part series over the coming month. You can read our post about the book launches in Bolivia here.

In case you’ve missed it, you can read part 1/5 […]

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    Sneak peak of Professor Faguet’s Popular Democracy, part 3 of 5

Sneak peak of Professor Faguet’s Popular Democracy, part 3 of 5

To celebrate the Spanish-language launch of Professor Jean-Paul Faguet’s book Popular Democracy: Governance from Below in Bolivia, we will be publishing the first chapter of the book as part of a five part series over the coming month. You can read our post about the book launches in Bolivia here.

In case you have missed it, you can read part […]

June 22nd, 2017|Publications|0 Comments|
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    Sneak peak of Professor Faguet’s Popular Democracy, part 2 of 5

Sneak peak of Professor Faguet’s Popular Democracy, part 2 of 5

To celebrate the Spanish-language launch of Professor Jean-Paul Faguet’s book Popular Democracy: Governance from Below in Bolivia, we will be publishing the first chapter of the book as part of a five part series over the coming month. You can read our post about the book launches in Bolivia here.

In case you have missed it, you can read part […]

June 15th, 2017|Publications|0 Comments|
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    Sneak peak of Professor Faguet’s Popular Democracy, part 1 of 5

Sneak peak of Professor Faguet’s Popular Democracy, part 1 of 5

To celebrate the Spanish-language launch of Professor Jean-Paul Faguet’s book Popular Democracy: Governance from Below in Bolivia, we will be publishing the first chapter of the book as part of a five part series over the coming month.

You can read our post about the book launches in Bolivia here.

Part 1/5
It must be more-or-less obvious that a department […]