Fourth Summit of the Americas
November 4, 2005


     President George W. Bush,  Secretary of State
     Condoleezza Rice and National Security Adviser
     Stephen Hadley listen to Venezuela's Hugo Chavez.

          President Bush, center, with (from left to right bottow):
          Argentina's Nestor Kirchner, Bolivia's Eduardo Rodriguez,
          Barbados Prime Minister Owen Arthur, and Colombia's
          Alvaro Uribe. Top row: Paraguay's Nicanor Duarte,
          Peru's Alejandro Toledo, Suriname's Runaldo Venetiaan,
          Uruguay's Tabare Vazquez, and Vice President Alberto
          Diaz of Honduras.
      President  Bush stands with CAFTA-DR leaders  From left:
      President Leonel Fernandez of Dominican Republic, President
      Oscar Berger of Guatemala, President Enrique Bolanos of 
      Nicaragua, President Abel Pacheco of Costa Rica, President
     Antonio Saca of El Salvador and Vice President Alberto Diaz
     of Honduras.

     Chile's President Ricardo Lagos (R) talks with his counter-
     parts from Paraguay, Nicanor Duarte Frutos (L), and Brazil,
    Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, at the 4th Summit of the Americas.
     Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin addresses the
     Summit of the Americas during opening ceremonies
     in Mar Del Plata, Argentina, Friday, Nov. 4, 2005. 

     A protester shrouded in tear gas fires a homemade mortar
     at police during clashes in Mar del Plata as the leaders of
     the western hemisphere meet at the Summit. 
     Riot police fire tear gas to disperse some 300 demonstrators
     throwing stones and Molotov cocktails near the Hermitage
     hotel in Mar del Plata, where the Summit opened.

     A leftist protester kicks in a window of a bank in the
     Atlantic resort city of Mar del Plata, Argentina.
     Members of a numerous Cuban delegations participate in
     a demonstration against the presence of U.S. Bush at the
     4th Summit of the Americas in Mar del Plata, Argentina.

     Protesters wave flags at an anti-Bush and anti-free trade
     agreement rally in Mar del Plata's soccer stadium.
     A protester throws a Molotov cocktail towards riot
     police during a march against the presence of President
     Bush in the Fourth Summit of the Americas.

     A fireman puts out a fire at a bank during clashes in Mar 
     del Plata as the leaders of the western hemisphere meet
     at the IV Summit of the Americas.
     President Bush greets his counterparts from Costa
     Rica, Abel Pacheco (C), and Guatemala, Oscar
    Berger (R), at the opening ceremony of the Summit.

      Anti-American protesters at the 4th Summit of the Americas
      march through the center of Mar del Plata, Argentina.


             Bolivian indigenous leader and presidential
             candidate, Evo Morales (L), and Argentine
             founding member of the Mothers of the Plaza
             de Mayo, Hebe Bonafini (R), march together
             during a protest against President Bush. 

Diego Maradona
Hugo Chavez and Diego Maradona

Hugo Chavez and Diego Maradona
Hugo Chavez and Diego Maradona


Terminó la Cumbre de los Pueblos
Los 33 jefes de Estado americanos
Cubans protest at summit
Americas summit protest turns violent
Thousands chant 'Get out, Bush!'
Clash of visions for Latin America
Why the Americas have drifted apart
Bush's Troubles Follow Him to Summit in Argentina
Protesters revved up to bash Bush
Chávez calificó a Menem de cipayo y arremetió contra el ALCA
Manifestantes anti-Bush provocan serios incidentes en Mar del Plata
Duro discruso de Kirchner contra los EEUU y el FMI
Bush, Chavez or Refrigerators?
Anti-U.S. Protests Flare at Summit
Bush pitches free trade in Brazil