Summit of the Americas Highlights US Isolation

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After the first Western Hemisphere summit since 2009, President Obama and Colombia's president Juan Manuel Santos reached agreement on labor rights and a free-trade agreement. But the broader meeting of heads of state produced mixed results, including sharply divided outlooks on drugs and Cuba. Andrés Rozental is a former deputy foreign minister of Mexico, now a senior fellow at the Brookings Institute.




Warren Olney