Beatriz Martínez Saavedra

Beatriz Martínez Saavedra

Beatriz Martínez Saavedra has a PhD in history from the University of Warwick. She teaches history of India, world history and languages in several institutions in Mexico. Her research topics include the rise of the Hindu right in India, Muslims as a minority and gender violence in a comparative perspective between India and Mexico.

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13 October 2019, Ecuador, Quito: Demonstrators cheer on the government's decision to withdraw the controversial increase in fuel prices. This was agreed by the government and the leadership of the indigenous peoples after lengthy negotiations. (Photo by Juan Diego Montenegro/picture alliance via Getty Images) Views
Wednesday, November 20, 2019
Protests in the Global South: Ecuador and Chile Facing an Uncertain Economic Order
The Latin American south cone countries have been international analysed for what is being called social protests in the face of rising prices, elimination of subsidies, sale of ancestral lands to mining companies and other anti-social measures taken by governments. However, if you look at the...
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