Spring 2006 (45)

Is the PT’s Party Over in Brazil?

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When a spate of accusations against Brazil's Worker's Party (PT) surfaced last June, many wondered whether the PT and its charismatic founder, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, had finally succumbed to the temptations of political power.

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Amid Poverty and Instability, Scholars Debate Path to Successful Democracy

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At the Kellogg Institute's conference "Democratic Governance in Latin America," scholars gathered to look at the policies that could foster success in trying times. The participants set out to address two fundamental questions, one specifically about Latin America and the other a broader methodological debate about how to analyze pathways to success in the contemporary world.

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An Interview with John Jenkins

‘Kellogg Embodies Much of What We Want to Be’

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When Father John I. Jenkins, CSC, became the 17th president of the University of Notre Dame, he brought with him a keen understanding of Kellogg's mission.

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