Barack Obama
The President’s message was well received in Brazil, Chile and El Salvador but his regional speech may have fallen on deaf ears outside those countries.

Air Force One touches down in San Salvador at 2:45pm EST today, the last stop in President Obama’s three-country Latin America tour.

The U.S. Embassy in Brazil announced yesterday that President Obama’s speech in Rio de Janeiro, scheduled for this Sunday, will change venue.

When President Obama lands in El Salvador on March 22 he will be facing the most challenging visit of his three-country trip to Latin America.

President Obama’s trip to Brazil, Chile and El Salvador this weekend is the right moment to chart a new course with strategic hemispheric partners. Here’s what should be on his radar screen.

The Mexican Senate held hearings on Thursday over reports that agents of the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives allowed hundreds of U.S. purchased guns to enter Mexico.


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