Biden promotes a complex shift in U.S.-Latin America policy

The new administration will seek international cooperation, although it rules out abrupt changes in Venezuela and Cuba.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The temporary protective status that Joe Biden's administration has granted to Venezuelan citizens in the United States as a result of their country's crisis is the first major factual indication of a change in Washington's course toward Latin America. The turnaround seems slow and complex given the two most immediate conflicts in the region, Venezuela and Cuba.

The White House emphasizes that . . .

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