US bases centre of new LA struggle

Fuentes, Federico
September 2009
Green Left Weekly;9/23/2009, Issue 811, p15
The article reports on the efforts of Washington to improve its offensive to bring back dominance over Latin American in which it says that U.S. aims to respond to increasing influence of the Bolivarian Alliance of Our Americas (ALBA) in Washington and the attack launched by Washington which expresses concerns on Venezuela-led arms race.


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