Peter Hakim

President of the Inter-American Dialogue

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President of the Inter-American Dialogue, a think-tank focusing on policy analysis and exchange in Latin America

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Venezuela last week blew up two foot-bridges that crossed a river into Colombia, an act Colombia calls an "act of calculated hostility."

US Military Bases in Colombia Fuel Regional Tensions

Venezuela last week blew up two foot-bridges that crossed a river into Colombia, an act Colombia calls an "act of calculated hostility."

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Venezuela's  Hugo Chavez  is more critical of the US than Osama bin Laden. Now Ronald Reagan's old nemesis has been re-elected President of  Nicaragua .

Anti-Americanism on the Left in Latin America

Venezuela's Hugo Chavez is more critical of the US than Osama bin Laden. Now Ronald Reagan's old nemesis has been re-elected President of Nicaragua .

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