The Us And Latin America

Recent events in Latin America from the hostage crisis in Peru to the signing of a peace agreement in Guatemala highlight the region's potential for democracy and it's challenges. On the next Talk of the Nation, Ray Suarez and guests take a look at how democracy is developing in Latin American countries and discuss what other countries can do to further the process. Guests: Peter Hakim President, Inter-American Dialogue Paulo Sotero Washington Correspondent, O Estado de Sao Paulo Other Guest Listeners call in

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