This article examines and assesses the evolution and role of Peronism since 1943 in Argentina and offers some prognoses about its future prospects. An attempt is made to narrow the focus of the analysis and study the political system in response to the changing times and circumstances with a view to extrapolating the key elements that have shaped the different faces of this political movement. Also, a subsidiary focus of this article is to underline the changing policies and postures of Peronism in the emerging global order in which Argentina has been trying to insert itself.
|Number of pages||19|
|Journal||UNISA Latin American report|
|Publication status||Published - 2005|
- global order