Last night the CBC ran a brief news documentary on Bolivia’s recent events. It is backed up with significant reporting on the website covering the socio-economic issues.
The poor produce cocoa which they have eaten as a dietary suplement for 1000 years, the rich live in the east and are modernising due to resource wealth (Oil and Gas). A popularist indiginous president, Evo Morales has been democratically elected on a socialist platform trying to balance it all.
Will this influence a change in poilicy for North American governments in dealing with drugs and South American poverty?
Can the Morales Presidency find common ground with the U.S. government?