RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentinian president-elect, Alberto Fernández, has sent a clear and unequivocal message of his desire to restore left-wing regional integration on his first trip abroad to Mexico.
At a meeting with his future counterpart, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, both stressed their resolve for a Latin American policy of "reducing social inequality". To achieve this, organizations such as UNASUR and CEPAL must be revitalized.
These left-wing alliances have recently suffered greatly from the shift to the right of several member states. First and foremost, the "Puebla Group", a group of progressive parties . . .