Latin America

This is what Costa Rica can teach the world about democracy 

Costa Rica has been an unlikely island of progressive social and environmental policy following its civil war in 1948. Image: REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

Joseph E. Stiglitz

Professor, Columbia University

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People in Costa Rica are the happiest in the world. Image: Happy Planet Index

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