Franz Flores Castro is a professor at the Universidad San Francisco Xavier de Chuquisaca.
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Bolivia has a weak state. It has problems imposing its authority, and this makes social tensions recurrent, to the point that, according to a CERES study, over the last 40 years Bolivia has registered one conflict per day. These conflicts often spill over, become complicated, become “all-encompassing” —in the sense [...]
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