Shannon K. O'Neil

Latin America's Moment

O'Neil analyzes developments in Latin America and U.S. relations in the region.

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Can A Blog Change U.S. Latin American Policy?

by Shannon K. O'Neil
January 13, 2009

On Sunday night I appeared on the Digital Age with James Zirin and discussed blogs, public policy toward Latin America, and U.S.-Latin America relations. You can see it here.

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  • Posted by Greg Weeks

    Good interview, though it would have been nice to connect many of those issues (e.g. income inequality and the regional popularity of Hugo Chávez).

  • Posted by CAR

    Thank you for the overview. I am working on a undergrad research project at Eastern Washington University relating to US foreign policy in LA. I have looked through the recent CFR articles and will be getting the 2008 policy book soon. Good luck with your blog and advocacy for a more sane policy. My limited study of history and philosophy has led me to a rather cynical view of power, but I know enough decent human beings to keep my faith in humanity.

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