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Unformatted text preview: ficulties in our bilateral relationship."¶ While other nations may spy on their friends, the allegations have fueled antiAmerican sentiment already simmering in the region. Venezuela, Nicaragua, Bolivia and Ecuador are led by populist leaders who have balked at any dominance by the U.S. in the Americas and pursued policies that often run counter to Washington's wishes. Venezuela refers to the United States simply as "The Empire."¶ "What they're saying is 'See, the U.S. hasn't changed. It doesn't matter who is in the White House, the U.S. is the same. The U.S. is the big imperial power ... they are not treating us as equals. Look, they are even spying on us ,'" said Meacham, who directs the Americas program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.¶ APPEASEMENT DISADVANTAGE
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