Discussing Latin American Democracy

Author: Wes Evard

Latin American Democracy Roundtable

A Kellogg Institute-sponsored roundtable titled “Latin American Democracy: Under Fire?” featured (from left to right) Allert Brown-Gort, Kellogg faculty fellow and associate director of Notre Dame’s Institute for Latino Studies; Scott Mainwaring, director of the Kellogg Institute; Daniel Brinks, associate professor of political science and Kellogg fellow; Luis Cosenza, Kellogg’s Hewlett Visiting Fellow for Public Policy and former minister of the presidency in Honduras; and Luis Ernesto Derbez Bautista, president of the University of the Americas in Puebla, Mexico, and the country’s former minister of the economy.