Latin America’s pivot to the left will impact ties with US

The World

In June, Gustavo Petro won the presidential election in Colombia and became the nation's first leftist president, joining a wave of progressive politicians who have been dominating elections in Latin America recently. As Manuel Rueda reports from Bogotá, this leftward shift could have a major impact on U.S. foreign policy in the region.

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