US role: Is Washington's influence waning in Latin America? | GlobalPost
US role: Is Washington's influence waning in Latin America? As Washington gazes elsewhere, in Latin America countries are growing their economies, some are re-electing anti-US strongmen, and Chinese trade is stealing the show. It’s a mixed scorecard. Would either candidate do anything to change America’s fading sway over its continent? Maybe if they had a concrete Americas agenda. They don’t.
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