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The U.S. moves beyond traditional diplomacy.

Peruvian President-Elect Ollanta Humala will meet with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, OAS Secretary General José Miguel Insulza and likely President Barack Obama—depending on Obama's schedule—in Washington DC on Wednesday.

Sure, President Obama’s trip hit all the right symbolic notes, but will it produce any meaningful, concrete results over the long term?
In an era of new global threats, Brazil and the U.S. need to collaborate.

The Office of the United States Trade Representative announced yesterday afternoon that the Obama administration has resolved outstanding issues with Panama and will submit the U.S.-Panama Trade Promotion Agreement to the U.S. Congress shortly.


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