Encuentros: Jose Miguel Insulza and Jeffrey Davidow

12/10/2007; 28 minutes

Jose Miguel Insulza, the Secretary General of the Organization of American States, argues that the principal threat to democracy in Latin America is that most of its governments do not have the power or conditions to rule effectively. He calls on the region to strengthen its political institutions,which he maintains will create more social and economic equality over time. Insulza is the guest of Jeffrey Davidow, the former US Ambassador to Mexico and now president of the Institute of the Americas. (#13674)

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