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Around 52 percent of Latinos in the nation claim to have been ill-treated because of their race or ethnicity, in a country that has 56.6 million Latinos, according to the survey.
If the GPI is right about what produces peace, you’d have to conclude that the US is heading toward increased violence.
The Latin America of the 21st century is not so easily controlled by gunboat and dollar diplomacy. In spite of dire media reports about Venezuela, U.S. power is on the decline while cooperation between Latin American states is increasing. By Anne Winkler-Morey WAMM Newsletter Spring II 2014 Venezuela moved to the front page as a […]