June 23, 2014

Obama's Central American Follies

Michael Gonzalez, The National Interest

The Associated Press

A country-by-country survey of the Obama administration’s actions in the Northern Triangle shows how the administration has sown instability in Central America by siding with former guerrillas who have ties to drug trafficking.

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TAGGED: Central America, U.S. Foreign Policy, Barack Obama, United States

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