U.S. interference in Latin America: nothing new there
In some ways, it looks a lot like April 1961 all over again.
U.S. President Donald Trump, pictured April 7, 2020. It appears that the United States is at it again in Latin America—interfering in the internal affairs of governments in which it vehemently disapproves. This latest incident reinforces the point that the U.S. often fails to remember the painful lessons from the past, writes Peter McKenna. White House photograph courtesy Andrea Hanks/Flickr