Leftist Latin American nations evict U.S. drug officers

11/10/2008 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Bolivia and Ecuador affirmed measures to restrict or evict U.S. anti-drug operations within their borders, while Venezuela confirmed its longstanding opinion that the U.S. failed to cooperate in the Americas' fight against drugs. U.S. officials said while the expulsion of DEA agents will have a negative impact on U.S. intelligence in the region, the greater fear is that these moves among leftist Latin American nations represent a diminished interest in prosecuting the drug trade.

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