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Latin America Needs Free Trade

Is the United States retreating from globalization? If so, that is bad news for countries south of the border.

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Democracy is Under Attack in Nicaragua

The sinister pact between Daniel Ortega and Arnoldo Alemán continues to poison Central America’s poorest country.

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Chávez Is Weakened But Still Dangerous

Rocked by plunging oil prices and waning influence abroad, the Venezuelan president is attempting another power grab.

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Putin’s Dangerous Games

How will a domestic economic crisis affect Russian foreign policy?

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Weathering the Storm in Latin America

Regional officials should establish a new financial dialogue under the aegis of the Inter-American Development Bank.

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What Obama Should Do About Latin America

He should appoint a bipartisan panel to recommend how the U.S. can promote positive reforms and democratic cooperation.

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Crying for Argentina

The South American country could be headed for yet another economic disaster.

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What Will the Election Mean for Latin America?

A President Obama or a President McCain will have to address trade, immigration, Hugo Chávez, and more.

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How to Strengthen Latin America

The United States should embrace a multi-pronged strategy aimed at improving educational opportunities.

Same As the Old Boss?

Nicaraguan leader Daniel Ortega is reverting to radicalism, writes JAIME DAREMBLUM. But the opposition is fighting back.

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