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Electoral Choices and the Party System in Chile: Continuities and Changes at the Recovery of Democracy
One of the fascinating questions raised by democratic transitions is the extent to which the electorate's historic political divisions and allegiances reemerge. This question is particularly
The cyber threat, trophy information and the fortress mentality.
  • T. Scully
  • Computer Science
    Journal of business continuity & emergency…
  • 1 October 2011
TLDR
It must be acknowledged that cyber security is no longer the domain of cyber-security experts alone, and governments cannot combat the cyber threat alone, particularly the so-called advanced persistent threat; they must work closely with industry as trusted partners.
THE ENDURING PRESENCE OF RELIGION IN CHILEAN IDEOLOGICAL POSITIONINGS AND VOTER OPTIONS
Beginning in the mid nineteenth century, religion has played an important role in shaping the Chilean party system. Conflicts developed at that point between those wishing to base poli cies on
Gauge-preheating and the end of axion inflation
We study the onset of the reheating epoch at the end of axion-driven inflation where the axion is coupled to an Abelian, U(1), gauge field via a Chern-Simons interaction term. We focus primarily on
Latin America: Eight Lessons for Governance
This article suggests eight lessons regarding democratic governance during the third wave of democratization in Latin America. First, creating effective democratic governance has proven far more
Christian democracy in Latin America : electoral competition and regime conflicts
Christian Democracy swept across parts of Latin America, gaining influence in Venezuela in the 1940s, Chile in the 1950s, El Salvador and Guatemala in the 1960s, and Costa Rica and Mexico in the
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