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  • Duane's Photographs of Ecuador(126 clicks)
    Excellent photographs of Ecuador with commentary.
  • Ecuador(240 clicks)
  • Ecuador(188 clicks)
    CIA Factbook.
  • Ecuador(112 clicks)
    Brief history by Jeff Haycraft.
  • Ecuador haciendas(122 clicks)
    Photos of Ecuadorian hacienda
  • Ecuador, History of(124 clicks)
    Comprehensive site
  • Ecuadoran Artifacts in the Cobb Museum(123 clicks)
    Photos of Ecuadorian artifacts
  • Highland Ecuador(112 clicks)
    From the collection of Dr Kris Lane. Click on the thumbnails.
  • History of Ecuador(132 clicks)
  • Indigenous Peoples in Ecuador(135 clicks)
    Part of NativeWeb
  • Quito, Ecuador, 1964-1970(153 clicks)
  • Sara Huerta, Una Mujer Excepcional(113 clicks)
    Homage to an outstanding woman.
  • The Cuador-Peru War of 1941(206 clicks)
    From the History Guy
  • Trail of Gold (Ecuador)(136 clicks)
    Dr. Kris Lane presents photos of gold in Ecuador. Click on the thumbnail to get the larger photo.
  • Transnational advocacy networks in the international system : lessons from Ecuador(123 clicks)
    The transnational advocacy campaign against Ecuador's second oil-transporting pipeline, the Oleoducto de Crudo Pesado, had no impact on that state's endorsement of the project and only a negligible effect on related social and environmental policies. This outcome is at odds with the theoretical formulation advanced by Keck and Sikkink which holds that certain transnational advocacy campaigns can act as agents of state-level policy changes. While Keck and Sikkink locate causal variables of campaign outcome on the levels of the campaign and the state, the Oleoducto de Crudo Pesado case signals the need to further incorporate international-level analysis and to investigate the implications of this third dimension for transnational advocacy campaign outcome. The case study presented herein suggests that theories of transnational advocacy sacrifice predictive power by ignoring the extent to which international economic and political structures can shape the preferences of states.
  • Volcanoes(119 clicks)
    Dr Kris Lane presents images of volcanoes. Click on the thumbnails.