Latin Pulse podcast October 7, 2011

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Latin Pulse podcast October 7, 2011

Show simple item record Rockwell, Rick Gass, Vicki LeoGrande, Bill
dc.contributor.other Haces-Gonzatti, Vanessa 2011-11-08T14:52:32Z 2011-11-08T14:52:32Z 2011-11-08 2011-10-07
dc.description 30-minute audio recording. en
dc.description.abstract This week, Latin Pulse focuses on Honduras. With the recent trip of Honduran President Porfirio "Pepe" Lobo to Washington, DC, the question remains whether the country has rehabilitated its diplomatic image after the controversial coup of 2009. Several experts add their analysis of the situation between Washington and Honduras now and how the coup factors into Honduras' relationships throughout Latin America. Beyond the meeting between Lobo and US President Barack Obama, the program also features news about presidential candidate Rick Perry, the governor of Texas, and his solution to Mexico's problems fighting the drug war. Interviewees include: Vicki Gass of the Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA); and Bill LeoGrande, Dean of the School of Public Affairs at American University. en
dc.language.iso en_US en
dc.subject.other Latin America en
dc.subject.other Honduras en
dc.subject.other Mexico en
dc.subject.other news en
dc.subject.other elections en
dc.subject.other Obama administration en
dc.subject.other Barack Obama
dc.subject.other democracy en
dc.subject.other Porfirio Lobo
dc.subject.other Rick Perry
dc.subject.other human rights en
dc.subject.other drug war en
dc.subject.other coup en
dc.title Latin Pulse podcast October 7, 2011 en
dc.type Podcast en

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