Latin American countries are beginning to develop a stronger sense of regional identity and with it a collective power. Several new regional organisations are emerging to portray this collective identity and to develop interests in trade and in common standards of governance, human rights and democracy.

LATIN American countries, collectively and severally, appear poised to exercise greater power in the world community.

Brazil, the largest country in the hemisphere after the United States and the world’s seventh largest economy, is eager to project its power and influence globally. It is an active member of the BRICS - the association of five major emerging national econo...

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Dr. Joseph S. Tulchin
They have used enormous political energy and will since the end of the Cold War in 1991 to reform existing regional organisations and to create new ones to better serve their interests and better reflect their collective identity
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