Jordana Timerman, a former Nation intern, is an analyst at the Center for the Implementationof Public Policies Promoting Equity and Growth (CIPPEC) in Buenos Aires.
After fifty years of revolution, a change of leadership offers the possibility of significant change. But the average Cuban seems to have no idea how to proceed.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez and Argentine soccer hero Diego
Maradona led thousands in a massive rebuke of George W. Bush, his trade
policies and his neoconservative agenda at the Summit of the Americas in
Mar del Plata Argentina. Despite some sporadic violence, the protest
focused on developing indigenous alternatives to US-led trade