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If the new millennium saw first the rise and consolidation of progressive governments throughout Latin America, it also saw the deactivation of large sectors of the social movements that had brought those governments into being. Out of this moment, came a series of new events that seem to place us on the edge of a new political horizon in the region. By discussing Zapatistas’ concepts and Carl Schmitt’s notion of the nomos, Reyes and Kaufman investigate these events and propose that what might appear today as temporally succeeding cycles of struggle (the first against orthodox neoliberalism and the latter against...

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