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January 24, 2007

Press Breakfast: After the Monroe Doctrine: The Future of U.S.-Latin America Relations

A new wave of Latin American leaders is changing the face of the region and its relations with the United States, multilateral institutions, international financial markets, and foreign investors. At the same time, U.S. influence in the region has waned significantly under the Bush Administration.

CEPR Co-director Mark Weisbrot and professor Riordan Roett met with members of the press to discuss the recent trajectory of U.S.-Latin American relations.

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  • Entire Event
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  • Introduction by Ira Arlook
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  • Remarks by Mark Weisbrot
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  • Remarks by Riordan Roett
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  • Response by Mark Weisbrot
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  • Response by Riordan Roett
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