US-Latin America: yet to reset?
Eva Golinger, a Venezuelan-American attorney on International Human Rights Law and the author of best-selling books on relations between the US and Latin American countries
1973 - Born in New York
1991 - Certified advocate for victims assistance services, Westchester, New York
1994 - Graduates, Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, New York
2003 - Doctor of law, City University of New York Law School
2003 - Manages New York City branch of the Calderon law firm
2004 - Member, bar association of New York
2006 - Publishes “The Chavez code: cracking U.S. intervention in Venezuela”
2007 - Publishes “Bush vs. Chavez: Washington’s war on Venezuela”
2009 - Publishes “The empire’s web: encyclopedia of interventionism and subversion”
2009 - Publishes “La mirada del imperio sobre el 4f: los documentos desclasificados de Washington sobre la rebelion militar del 4 de Febrero de 1992”
Washington has been having rather strained relations with Latin America, after a number of left-wing governments came to power in the region, following the example of Hugo Chavez, who became the Venezuelan president in 1998. President Barack Obama has vowed to improve these relations, but is he really succeeding in doing it? We will be talking about this with Eva Golinger, a Venezuelan-American attorney on International Human Rights Law, and the author of best-selling books on relations between the US and Latin American countries.