U.S.-Latin Amerian Relations
Retirarse de América Latina llevará a avances en la región por parte de Rusia, China y otros en la región, advierte el exvicepresidente.
How the region can turn a multipolar world to its advantage, and stay friendly with the U.S.
Improving relations with the U.S. means deepening already-strong economic ties.

U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden is set to visit Chile and the Dominican Republic with his wife Jill in mid-March. The visits will mark his third trip to the region.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry announced this Monday that the Monroe Doctrine—a policy that has defined U.S.-Latin American relations for nearly two centuries—has come to an end.

The leaders of the United States and China have crisscrossed the region in recent months, but the success of diplomatic overtures also depends on the public’s trust in each country.

A more balanced read of the historical record would add several Bush administration successes and several “what ifs.” 

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