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A Landmark Decision for War Crime Accountability

A Landmark Decision for War Crime Accountability

After just three years in office, the left of center Farabundo Marti National Liberation (FMLN) Administration of President Mauricio Funes is receiving high marks for its achievements in the area of education reform.

This analysis was prepared by Gabriela Acosta, Research Associate at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs
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Tragic Argentine Crash Highlights Need for Trasportation Reform

A train wreck that claimed 50 lives and led to over 600 other casualties has shed the spotlight on Argenitna's obsolete railway system. COHA examines how things got to this current state and looks into the Argentine government's response to the tragedy.

This analysis was prepared by Asthon Farmanara, Research Associate at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs

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An Economic Analysis of the Role of Foreign Direct Investments in Brazil

Over the past several years Brazil has shown itself as an attractive partner for international investments. At the same time, foreign investors are taking a more relevant role in its economic success. COHA examines the crucial role that foreign investment plays in Brazil's development.

This analysis was prepared by Gustavo Palhares, Research Associate at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs

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