Geopolitics: Risky opportunities in Correa’s Ecuador
Ecuador's president, Rafael Correa, took office after three presidents were ousted in ten years. He has brought the country stability and delivered on many promises of social reform to help the poor. Now he is attracting foreign investment. But not everything is clear cut and positive as GIS expert Dr Joseph S. Tulchin explains.
PRESIDENT Rafael Correa has been promising a ‘Citizens’ revolution’ to benefit the poor and shaking up Ecuador since he came to power in January, 2007.
The United States-educated economist called himself a ‘Christian humanist of the Left’ in his election campaign and lauded Hugo Chavez, the president of Ven...
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