Autocracies, old and new

Chinese democracy or 'democracy a la China'?

Expositor / Institución
María Isabel Puerta Riera
Las elecciones del 26 de marzo en Cuba

The Chinese government has ignited a debate with the presentation of its own model of democracy. This presents contradictions not only with the liberal vision of democracy but also with its own political practices.

María Isabel Puerta Riera

Political Scientist with a Master in Political Science and Public Administration, and a PhD in Social Studies, with specialization in Cultural Studies. Political Science Professor at Valencia College, USA. Adjunct Researcher of Political Government and Analysis (GAPAC). Chair of the Executive Committee of the Venezuelan Studies Section of LASA. Member of Red de Politólogas.

Dra. Constanza Mazzina

PhD in Political Science, UCA.

Constanza Mazzina is PhD in Political Science (UCA). She did her post-doc in Latin American politics at IBEI (Barcelona, ​​Spain). Master in Economics and Political Science (ESEADE). She is currently the Academic Coordinator of DemoAmlat, senior Fellow of CESCOS, teacher at undergraduate (UADE, UCA, UBA) and postgraduate (UB, USAL, ESEADE), columnist in media in Argentina and abroad. She has published numerous articles and book chapters on her study issues. She recently won the first place in the 2022 Caminos de la Libertad Essay Contest.

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