Tuesday, December 14, 2010

What was the top news story of 2010?

We're going to go on a brief hiatus for a few days.

In the meantime, what do you feel was the most important news story of 2010 regarding Latin America and Latinos? Was it a major story that covered plenty of headlines or an item that was overlooked by the press? Did it involve a regional leader, a sports team, the arts, or another area of interest?

Please vote in the poll located on our sidebar with twenty options as to what was the main story of this year. The results of the survey will be revealed after the poll closes on January 10, 2011.

If we missed something or if you want to respectfully debate one of the choices please feel free to comment to this post.

Your opinion counts!

Image - calendario2010.info
Online Source - The Latin Americanist

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Voted for the economic recovery item. That's the only thing that can shape the region's overall outlook - economic, social, political, and geopolitical - for the coming years - that is, if this trend is not to be interrupted. The China item would also have fitted that criterion, were China's economic importance for Latin America not overestimated.