We had the experience but missed the meaning.
- T.S. Eliot
In his new book Supremely Partisan, "Zirin demonstrates how the Justices often act like politicians in robes, advancing a favored policy agenda".
A possible wall on our border with Mexico, the future of NAFTA in question, a peace treaty with the rebels (later overturned by the voters) for which Colombia’s President Santos won the Nobel Peace Prize, an impeachment in Brazil, Argentina again open for business, and Venezuela in turmoil, Latin America continues to mystify us. Council on Foreign Relations Senior Fellow Shannon O’Neil takes the long view, and tells Jim that political upheaval aside, there is great cause for optimism in the hemisphere.