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In July 2007, Prime Minister Stephen Harper toured Latin America and the Caribbean to announce his government's policy of re-engaging the hemisphere. The trip included stops in Colombia, Barbados and Haiti. However, the highlight was a speech the prime minister delivered in Chile where he alluded to the economic nationalism and political authoritarianism espoused by Venezuela and the extreme capitalism adopted by the United States.

Published: Wednesday, 03/10/2010 12:00 am EST

In July 2007, Prime Minister Stephen Harper toured Latin America and the Caribbean to announce his government's policy of re-engaging the hemisphere. The trip included stops in Colombia, Barbados and Haiti. However, the highlight was a speech the prime minister delivered in Chile where he alluded to the economic nationalism and political authoritarianism espoused by Venezuela and the extreme capitalism adopted by the United States.

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