José Gustavo Arocha
Senior Research FellowMeet our expert
Latin America is erupting in one political crisis after the other. The chaos follows ongoing protests and instability in Ecuador, Peru, Argentina, and, lately, Chile, a stable country that generally tops the rankings in economic freedom. After a trip to Pyongyang, one of Venezuela’s most powerful men, Diosdado Cabello, sanctioned by the U.S. government for narco-trafficking, recently said: “What is happening in Peru, Chile, Ecuador, Argentina [and] Honduras is a gentle Bolivarian breeze, and a hurricane is coming,” when referring to the role of the Bolivarian revolution in the recent conflicts and its ability to undermine the region’s stability.
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