Mexico, Cuba, Brazil: Why Latin America matters for U.S. national security

It used to be said that if the American economy sneezed, Latin America and the Caribbean would catch a cold. Not so anymore. Despite the great recession of 2008, the region has kept growing and avoided, largely unscathed, the troubles that still ail the United States. Read Article

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