Tag: Latin America
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Interview
Airdate: March 4, 2015

The host of Fusion’s AMERICA discusses the political agenda for the Latino community in the new session of Congress, and looks toward the 2016 presidential race.

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Interview
Airdate: January 22, 2015

The host of Fusion’s AMERICA discusses the political agenda for the Latino community in the new session of Congress, and looks toward the 2016 presidential race.

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Interview
Airdate: May 1, 2014

An experienced intelligence professional, Longmire dissects her book, Border Insecurity.

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Interview
Airdate: June 10, 2013

The director of CFR’s U.S.-Mexico Initiative explains why Mexico’s transformations over the last three decades matter for the U.S.

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Interview
Airdate: March 11, 2013

An expert on South America, Shifter reflects on the legacy of Venezuelan President Hugo Chàvez and speculates on what may be next for the oil-rich country.

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Blog: A Look Back
March 5th, 2013

We reflect on the complex legacy of the controversial Venezuelan leader. He joined us in 2006, for an exclusive conversation shortly after his anti-President Bush speech to the U.N.

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Interview
Airdate: November 1, 2011

The acclaimed Chilean novelist, playwright and human rights activist shares a fascinating passage from his new memoir Feeding on Dreams: Confessions of an Unrepentant Exile.

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Interview
Airdate: October 28, 2010

Former Colombian presidential candidate who was held in captivity describes the future she wants for her country.

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Blog: Staff & Guest Blog
June 17th, 2010

Most Americans are surprised to learn that the most common causes of illnesses among poor people living in the Western Hemisphere are caused by a group of parasitic infections known collectively as the neglected tropical diseases or “NTDs.”   Worldwide, approximately one billion people live on either no money or next to no money — below [...]

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Blog: Staff & Guest Blog
June 10th, 2010

Along a dusty highway, 18 miles or so outside of Caracas, Venezuela, you’ll see the gates of La Villa del Cine. It’s not a prison. It’s not a strip mall. It’s a movie studio that looks, well, like a prison or a strip mall. But La Villa isn’t just any movie studio, it’s the movie [...]

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