Conflict made in the USA?

By  |  25 / April / 2008

Laura Carlsen, Raúl Zibechi, John Lindsay-Poland, and Adam Isacson analyze the U.S. role in the recent South American tensions and question the logic of selling the free trade agreement based on controversial U.S. national security arguments.

Articles in this series from the Americas Policy Program

The Andean Crisis and the Geopolitics of Trade
By Laura Carlsen

Military Crisis in South America: The Results of Plan Colombia
By Raúl Zibechi

Yankees Head Home
By John Lindsay-Poland

The Specious “National Security” Argument
By Adam Isacson

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