Black Mountain Institute; UNLV College of Urban Affairs
John Tuman and Mauricio Cardenas discuss the need to modernize and re-examine U.S. attitudes and policies towards Latin America. In the past 30 years, the region has enjoyed greater democracy, stability, and growth than at any other time in its history. Yet, old views and prejudices, often perpetrated by skewed media coverage, prevent us from seeing the new opportunities in the region and limit opportunties for mutal growth.
International relations; Latin America; United States; World politics
American Politics | Economic Policy | Economics | International Economics | International Relations | Latin American History | Latin American Studies | Political Economy | Political History | Politics and Social Change | Race, Ethnicity and Post-Colonial Studies | Social History
Tuman, J. P.,
Nexus 4: Latin America and opportunity.
Available at: http://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/blackmountain_lectures_events/81