April 2, 2014

How the U.S. Put Latin America in Play

Clifford May, Washington Times

The Associated Press

I’m not about to pretend that spending a few days in this rather funky little surfing village on the Pacific has given me great insights into Latin America’s current political, economic and social reality. On the other hand, if one keeps an open mind — and a not excessively open mouth — one generally learns something.

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TAGGED: South America, Latin America

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