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Latin America’s New Consensus

Posted by smeddum on October 31, 2008

Latin America’s New Consensus
Foreign Policy In Focus
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When the Mexican dictator Porfirio Díaz said the great tragedy of Mexico was that it was so far from God and so close to the United States, the comment summed up the long and tortured relationship between the Colossus of the North and Latin America. Read the rest of this entry »

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The McCain Tour and the Manifest Destiny of the U. S. Fourth Fleet

Posted by smeddum on July 5, 2008

 

REFLECTIONS BY FIDEL

The McCain Tour and the Manifest Destiny of the U. S. Fourth Fleet

(Translated by ESTI) Granma

While I was preparing a reflection about McCain’s relationship with the anti-Cuban terrorist mafia in Miami and other related subjects of historical interest, fresh news was flowing about this character that is being projected by the empire’s hawks as Bush’s replacement: his visit to Colombia and Mexico which will begin tomorrow. It is not possible to avoid them since they confirm the opinions we have held. Read the rest of this entry »

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