Military Power and Radical Populism The Erosion of Military Prerogatives: Peru and Colombia 'Radical Populists' and Military Prerogatives in Venezuela and Ecuador Low-Intensity Democracy, Popular Resistance and Military Power in Bolivia.
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Through a series of comparative case studies, the author demonstrates that the conflicts and struggles over capitalist globalization in the Andes are intricately connected to the political power of the military in the region. The author examines how conflicts over capitalist globalization in the five countries intersect with civil-military relations in the region, illustrating how the success or failure of neoliberal policy coalitions within these countries and U.S. democracy promotion has led to varying outcomes. (source: Nielsen Book Data)