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Secretary Rice Preps for Latin America

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Secretary Rice Preps for Latin America

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Free trade, immigration and leftist politics are among the hot-button issues awaiting Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice as she swings through Latin America this week. We talk about recent developments in Latin America, and what they could mean for U.S. policy.

Guests:

Arturo Valenzuela, director for Center of Latin American Studies at Georgetown University; senior director for Inter-American Affairs at National Security Council under president Clinton

Stephen Johnson, senior policy analyst for the Heritage Foundation, who studies Latin America

Luiz Pedone, researcher, Federal University of Rio De Janero; former political science chair, University of Brasilia