ISSN 2075-9711 (печатная версия)
ISSN 2076-8400 (электронная версия)
Ежеквартальный научный журнал на испанском языке.Издается ИЛА РАН
ISSN 2075-9711 (Print)
ISSN 2076-8400 (Online)
Quarterly peer reviewed scientific journal published in Spanish language by the Institute of Latin American Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences (ILA RAS)
ISSN 2075-9711 (Print)
ISSN 2076-8400 (Online)
Revista científica trimestral en español. Editada por el Instituto de Latinoamérica de la Academia de Ciencias de Rusia (ILA ACR)

Iberoamerica 2023 №3

  • Русский
  • English
  • Español

This issue of the journal includes four blocks. The first one examines current problems of climate change and sustainable development. The article by Yuri Y. Kovalev, Anatoly V. Stepanov, Maria Y. Ilyushkina and Alexander S. Burnasov presents an analysis of climate measures and the conflictive potential of environmental modernization of the states of Latin America and the Caribbean, and highlights the features of the climate policies of some countries in the region within the framework of the Paris Agreement. Tamara V. Naumenko and Maria S. Kozyreva show the consequences of melting glaciers, which threat the water security of Peru in agriculture and energy, and in providing water for the population. However, the authors believe that Peru, with its vast resources, is able to cope with the problem with an effective institutional approach. The article by Tatiana V. Sidorenko examines Spain’s experience in the transition to a green economy and notes undoubted achievements so as significant obstacles in achieving its goals in this area.

The second block includes articles about current economic and political problems of the region. Irina M. Vershinina examines the program of Xiomara Castro, who heads the first leftist government of Honduras, and evaluates the measures she took in the economic sphere during the first half of her presidential mandate, and outlines the country's prospects for the near future. Lyudmila V. Diyakova reveals the role of Argentine non-governmental organizations in the development of society and proves that their activities, based on horizontal connections, common values, trust and mutual assistance, produce social capital in the interests of the most vulnerable groups of the population, complementing the state strategy.

The third block is devoted to the place of Latin America and Spain in the modern world. Aleksey I. Zakharov examines the role of the Latin American region in Indian foreign policy, paying special attention to trade and economic relations, the further expansion of which depends on the activity of private Indian companies and their ability to overcome competition from other international actors. As Olga A. Kharina shows, the same problems are also characteristic for Indian-Brazilian relations, and their accumulated positive experience can contribute to the positive dynamics of further cooperation between these BRICS countries. The article by Georgy I. Kutyrev and Ekaterina Y. Kosevich, based on the Copenhagen School approach, reflects the theoretical aspects and practical cooperation of the European Union with Latin America in the field of security. The block is completed by a study by Nailya M. Yakovleva , who reveals the strategic turns of the foreign policy of Spain, which has accumulated sufficient potential and consolidated its claims to the role of one of the active international political actors.

The editors of the journal continue to introduce readers to new books published in Russia. T h e fourth block of this issue contains a review prepared by Victor L. Jeifets of the monograph “Latin America: Political Landscape in the Midst of Turbulence” edited by Zbigniew W. Iwanowski and published by the Institute of Latin American Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences.



2023, num.3 (July – Septembre)