The new ‘pink tide’ in Latin America: Is it an opportunity or a threat to the US?

In the last couple of years, numerous countries in Latin America have been choosing politicians on the left. Brazil, Chile and Colombia are just three examples of the trend that’s known as the “pink tide.” Right now, around 80% of the region’s economic power is in the hands of left-of-center political leaders. The World’s Tibisay Zea reports on what that might mean for US policy interests. 

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