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THE ECONOMIST

The ghost at the Summit of the Americas

Barack Obama will inject a new cordiality into relations with Latin America, but he will be judged on what he does on Cuba

  • TRINIDAD EXPRESS

    Specialists in controlling rioters, protesters arrive

    Seven Scotland Yard police officers have been brought in to prep and train security forces who will be interfacing with the public and possible protesters when Trinidad hosts the Fifth Summit of the Americas in 10 days.

  • TRINIDAD EXPRESS

    Chavez slams summit ban on Cuba

    Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has echoed criticisms expressed on the weekend by Fidel Castro, regarding communist Cuba's exclusion from the upcoming Fifth Summit of the Americas in Port of Spain.

  • TRINIDAD EXPRESS

    Obama under pressure to talk Cuba

    Pressure is mounting on US President Barack Obama from within his own country to announce a significant shift in policy regarding the United States's 47-year-old trade embargo against Cuba when he attends the Fifth Summit of the Americas in Port of Spain later this month.

  • SUMMIT OF THE AMERICAS

    President Obama intends to listen at the Summit of the Americas

    President Barack Obama will go to the Fifth Summit of the Americas in Trinidad and Tobago in "a spirit of equality," looking to exchange ideas with the region's leaders and hear what they have to say about a range of issues, the White House Advisor for the Summit of the Americas told a forum this morning in Washington.

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