Tag Archives: Bolivia

A Quiet Revolution in the Golden State: How California Can Nationalize PG&E

By: Alex Duffant, 2L 2019 was the year when paradise plunged into darkness. The wealthiest and most populous part of the United States – California – was ravaged by a wildfire season that led power company Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) to preemptively shut off electricity for millions of people in the northern part of […]

Bolivia’s President Evo Morales Pushes for Fourth Term, Adding Yet More Uncertainty to the Future of U.S.-Bolivia Relations

BY SARAH HANNERS- In his most decisive victory yet, incumbent Bolivian President Evo Morales Ayma (Evo) and his Moviemiento al Socialismo (MAS) party dominated the polls in the national elections of October 2014, securing the Presidency with 61% of the votes. In a country whose Constitution permits Presidents to serve for two terms, Evo is […]