In the immediate aftermath of the 1992 peace accords, El Salvador was cited frequently by the United Nations and even the World Bank as a country that, with the international community's help, effectively managed its transition from civil war to peace and reconciliation. Thirteen years later, only the US government views the Salvadoran model so favorably.
Research Article| February 01 2005
El Salvador's “Model” Democracy
Current History (2005) 104 (679): 77–82.
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David Holiday; El Salvador's “Model” Democracy. Current History 1 February 2005; 104 (679): 77–82. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.2005.104.679.77
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