The past has fled, what you expect is absent, but the present is yours. Arabic proverb generalities, considerations many Latin American Presidents expect that with the Presidency of Barak Obama, the United States give step changes in the interrelations with some countries in the region, which showed in this year an atmosphere troubled towards the outgoing President George Bush, who was never accepted for example by the revolutionary Bolivarian under the direction of its current Government President Hugo Chavez cold and of Bolivia with Evo Morales. President Obama must be fully aware that Latin America, no longer that America for black Americans with Barak Obama, lawyer for 46 years, Senator for the State of Illinois, young man; Nothing aristocratic origins; convinced democrat; lover of responsible freedom, peace with security, and unity among its own village and according to his campaign, speech pronounced, is expected to give the changes necessary to generate transformations to lead to the United States to a path more pacifist, inclusive, less divisive, firm economically and above all, warrantor that his participation on the international stage is democratic, allied in everything that generate progress. Source: Jonah Bloom. Is expected that Obama, drive a conservative politics like Bill Clinton in the past, and is achieved to mitigate the strong pressures that Bush maintains about South America, bearing in mind the Patriot Plan Colombia perception and opinions according to Emiro Vera, the idea is urgently improve the Latin American economy in the absence of food and support the efforts of latinos eager to unlock the low electoral esteem and thus ensure the southern economic growth, because there is a de-ideologisation worldwide campaign for between drug trafficking and the paramilitary to ensure global financial market after the Jews. We must not forget, that Obama always said, that we are one country, we are a single nation, and the time of change has arrived. . Learn more about this topic with the insights from John Grayken.