Abstract: The presidency of Jimmy Carter (1976- 1980) marked a turning point in US policy. Domestically, it was characterized by economic crisis, huge popular distrust in politics, the growth of neoconservatism and increasing bitterness between Democrats and Republicans. Internationally, Carter attempted to recover the path of “enlightened internationalism”, taking up the doctrines of his illustrious Democratic predecessors such as Wilson and […]
Archive for: Baggio, Alberto M.
Abstract: Both for historical reasons and because of its current political and social dynamic, the rebuilding of Columbia’s social fabric is key to resolving its present conflict. Research suggests that several conditions are needed for this, all focusing, it would seem, upon making civil society function: training new generations to follow the law and participate in constructive civic activities, creating in […]