Obama's Trip to Argentina

Thursday, 03 March 2016

President Obama will shortly travel to Cuba and Argentina. Article reviews the state of US-Argentine relations and the prospects for improved relations, given the new direction in foreign policy by the Macri government. Bottom line: “The United States, for its part, should seize this opportunity to work closely with Macri in the handling of hemispheric issues. U.S. policymakers would also do well to keep in mind that the time is now, and that the window of opportunity for making the most out of its relationship with Argentina is not likely to be open forever.”


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