Losing Latin America: What Will the Obama Doctrine Be Like?
tomdispatch / Greg Grandin
19-Jun-2008 (3 comments)

Latin America is now mostly governed by left or center-left governments that differ in policy and style -- from the populism of Hugo Chávez in Venezuela to the reformism of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva in Brazil and Michelle Bachelet in Chile. Yet all share a common goal: asserting greater autonomy from the United States.

Rosie T.

But What About Latin America?

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Latin America's growing ability to achieve autonomy from the U.S. is probably the only good thing that has resulted from Bush's foreign policy, due to over-extension in the Middle East.  But what does the future hold?  And what will Obama do if he is elected?  It isn't very clear.


Rosie T.


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We have. 

You should read it.  It's long but it is a FANTASTIC article.  You will love it!

Natalia Alvarado-Alvarez

You and mouse have been busy with the news feeds...:o)

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