Why Do Bloodstained Groups Win Postwar Elections?

Catalina Sanchez testifies during the trial of former Guatemalan military dictator Rios Montt in 2013. Montt was on trial for genocide linked to the massacres of indigenous communities in the early 1980s. Photo courtesy of Elena Hermosa.

Lindsay Morgan interviews Sarah Z. Daly

In the latest Talking Policy episode, Sarah Z. Daly, an associate professor of political science at Columbia University and a permanent contributor at PVG, talks about her book Violent Victors: Why Bloodstained Parties Win Postwar Elections. This interview was recorded on October 27, 2022.

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