Argentine journalist Roberto Guareschi outlines the challenges facing the Obama administration in Latin America.
Not since Franklin Delano Roosevelt has an incoming U.S. president inherited a situation as complex as the one that Barack Obama will confront. President-elect Obama will have to spearhead a reformulation of capitalism and a restructuring of the relationships among the world powers, and to top it off, he will have to put an end to, or at least contain, the wars being waged in Iraq and Afghanistan. And these three issues are all interrelated.
August 21, 2008
Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article