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Which Candidate will Improve U.S.-Latin American Relations?


The Race for the White House: A Call for a Regionally-based Enlightened Foreign Policy toward Latin America
One presidential candidate thinks he has the right stuff to rehabilitate U.S.-Latin American relations. Here's where his plan falls short. To read the full article, click here.
This analysis was prepared by COHA Research Fellow and Fulbright Scholar Robert Works.

La libertad de expresión en Ecuador: presa del enfrentamiento
La sentencia condenatoria pronunciada contra el periódico El Universo enciende alrededor del mundo la ira de los defensores de la libertad de expresión, quienes acusan al Presidente de ser un “aprendiz de tirano”. To read the full article, click here
This analysis was prepared by COHA Research Fellow Olga Imbaquingo.

COHA in the Public Arena
For information on COHA interviews, citations, and re-postings, click here.

Click here for a complete compilation of articles, blogs, and daily news written by COHA staff from June 2011-November 2011 pertaining to Colombia.

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