"An interview with Evo Morales, president of Bolivia, is presented. A profile of Morales is presented. He discusses the ever-changing political, social and economic issues his administration is encountering. He says he is a leader who came out of the social struggles of the country, and of knowing and experiencing the reality of most of his countrymen. He also talks about agrarian reform and the meaning of the nationalization of hydrocarbons for Bolivia."
"This article presents an interview with Bolivian president Evo Morales. Morales discusses the nationalization of Bolivia and how it is viewed by other countries. He states that nationalization is an end to internal colonialism, and instead the institution of a government supporting the indigenous peoples of Bolivia. He also discusses Bolivia's economic and political relations with the U.S."
"An interview with Carlos Diego Mesa Gisbert, President of Bolivia is presented. When asked how the country can fight poverty Gisbert says that Latin America has reduced poverty but increasing social inequality. Gisbert believes that democracy is progressing well in Latin America despite the scare in Honduras and Ecuador. When asked about the challenges of regional integration, Gisbert says that the challenges are focused on resolving internal divisions among regions."
Book Sources: Bolivia
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