Martin Arostegui

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Ever since several European countries closed their air space to Bolivia’s presidential jet on July 2 over reports that NSA fugitive Edward Snowden was on board, hardly a day has passed in which President Evo Morales doesn’t attack U.S. “imperialism” and its European “lackeys” for “conspiring” against him

Morales has backed anti-American rhetoric with action during his seven-year presidency by expelling the U.S. ambassador and two key U.S. government agencies, the DEA and USAID. Since Europe’s air blockade forced his emergency landing in Vienna and a leading European Union diplomat asked to inspect the plane, the stuff of May Day rallies has assumed a more ominous note, propelling the president of one of Latin America’s poorest nations into a position of regional leadership.…  Seguir leyendo »