Brazil Daily

The U.S. has an image problem in Latin America

We’re covering the U.S.’s image problem in Latin America. Brazil’s bold — and uncertain — Amazon railway project. And the fight to control Congress and its agenda.

The Americas no longer ‘for the Americans’

A fresh Gallup poll among 135 countries shows that approval for U.S. global leadership (33 percent) is virtually tied with rates for China and Russia (32 and 30 percent, respectively). In the Americas, U.S. leadership is viewed very unfavorably by its closest neighbors, Canada and Mexico (22 and 17 percent), but is particularly low in wealthy South American countries, such as Chile and Uruguay (16 and...

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