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U.S. Reaps What It Sows in Bolivia

A Council on Hemispheric Affairs Press Release

Monday, September 22, 2008 | Press release 08.100

“U.S. Reaps What It Sows in Bolivia”
A COHA Op-Ed co-authored by Director Larry Birns and Research Fellow Jessica Bryant was published in the San Diego Union-Tribune on September 22, 2008.

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This analysis was prepared by COHA Director, Larry Birns and Research Fellow Jessica Bryant

Recent COHA Citations

September 16, 2008 to September 22, 2008:

Radio Interview, Voice of America "Hablando con Washington on The Deterioration of Domestic Stability in Bolivia, September 16, 2008; COHA Research Associate Raylsiyaly Rivero

Radio Interview, Voice of America on The Breakdown of Diplomatic Relations between Venezuela, Bolivia, and the U.S., September 17, 2008; COHA Director Larry Birns

Radio Interview, WZBC-FM Radio News, Greater Boston, Sounds of Dissent on the U.S.-Venezuela Relations, September 20, 2008; COHA Director Larry Birns

Cox TV Interview, on the Cuban Hurricane Situation, September 22, 2008; COHA Director Larry Birns

ENDS

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