Dr. Constantine Menges, investigator of the Hudson Institute, professor of George Washington University and Ex-National Security Advisor to the president of the United State Ronald Reagan, passed away in july, 2004.
His precises analisis of what really was happening in Latin America will be missed. Read his thoughts about the real nature of Brazil presidency under Lula da Silva.
Warning of Castro-Ch�vez-Lula alliance: "The political effects of an eventual victory of the leftist Workers Party in Brazil, in the elections next October, could be worse than the economic effects, being that a Castro-Chávez-Lula axis would be formed capable of pushing other South American countries to the left and of establishing a dangerous strategic alliance with communist China, as well as with Iran and Iraq, two terrorist countries', warned Dr. Constantine Menges, investigator of the Hudson Institute, professor of George Washington University and Ex-National Security Advisor to the president of the United State."
Comment: He was absolute right! Excluding Iraq (because of war), all the rest is right. But Saddam deserved a brazilian exile offer from our government.
Can we have a new Constantin Menges to spread what is going on round here?