November 10, 2012

Save U.S. Economy: Pivot to Latin America

Jose Cardenas, Washington Times

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TAGGED: Latin America


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The Future of Drones in Latin America
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From surveillance missions at altitudes exceeding 35,000 feet to long-range targeted attacks, the U.S. military’s unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), often referred to as a drone, is designed to overcome any obstacle. American... more ››
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U.S. Could Learn from Argentina's Mistakes
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The opening decade of the twenty-first century has seen a slow but distinct decline in American capitalism. Economic policy has become increasingly overrun by central planning, redistribution, and government picking of industrial... more ››
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Obama's Failure in Latin America
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During the final 2012 presidential debate, which focused on U.S. foreign policy, the only mention of Latin America came from Governor Romney, who issued a familiar call for expanding hemispheric trade. That was it. Viewers... more ››
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October 29, 2012
Our Men in Honduras
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On May 11, 2012, in a joint U.S.-Honduras drug enforcement operation gone terribly awry, four Honduran civilians, including two women, a 14-year-old boy and a young man were killed as they traveled in a fishing boat along... more ››