Political science professor Javier Corrales was an expert source for this piece on gay tourism in Latin America. “[The area] currently has some of the most gay-friendly cities in the developing world,” he said in an interview.
“This could very well be a turning point in the direction of authoritarianism,” political science professor Javier Corrales was quoted as saying in this column about recent attempts by Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez to squelch opposition in the country. “At this point, Venezuela could become much more militarized and its political system more autocratic.”
Amherst College Political Science Professor Javier Corrales Advises Congress on Venezuela Policy
October 24, 2008
AMHERST, Mass.—It is critical that the United States develop a counter-strategy to the “social power” diplomacy deployed by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and his government, but a hard-line response—such as military or economic aggression—is most certainly not the answer to Chavez’s rhetoric, Amherst College’s Javier Corrales, professor of political science, told a House Committee on Foreign Affairs subcommittee recently.
Latin Business Chronicle: Chavez' Decrees: What Now?
Javier Corrales, associate professor of political science, shared his views on how 26 new decrees issued by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez will impact the country in a piece in Latin Business Chronicle.