What comes after the Washington Consensus? Political scientists Manuel Castells and Fernando Calderón look at Latin America's evolving developmental model.

From the Review: Academy Award-winner Charles Ferguson screens his new climate change documentary, "Time to Choose." (Opens nationwide June 3) More from the Review

In the new Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies: How the United States and Cuba's relationship became "A Whole New Ballgame." More from the Review

Spring Semester Highlights

· Sergio Fajardo - education and transformation

· Javier Couso on judicial independence in Latin America

· Berkeley experts on the Zika virus

See the Spring 2016 semester Calendar

Berkeley Review

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The new issue of the Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies is now online!
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