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Two Reasons Why the United States Should Pay Closer Attention to MERCOSUR

By Martina Farías Bouvier It’s no secret that Latin America has been relinquished to the bottom of the U.S. policy agenda for more than a decade now. The region poses no military or terrorist threat and, as for trade, Americans … Continue reading

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U.S.-Venezuelan Relations Showed Some Positive Signs Before Chavez’s Death

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Go to hell, Yankee…here stands a dignified people. Go to hell, a hundred times, we are the sons of Bolivar!  – Hugo Chavez, 2008, following the expulsion of U.S. Ambassador Patrick Duddy We do not have any doubt and at the … Continue reading

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