With a period of exceptional economic growth in the region, not seen for decades, with significant improvements in quality institutional of several countries and very good prospects of future development is the time to invest in Latin America? That’s a question that you would find response with only look at these macroeconomic data and analyze broadly the trends in the economics world that they are generating a context more than beneficial for the countries of the region. But this question loses the uniqueness in its response after reading an article by Guido Nejamkis, Reuters and published on the website American economy, which raises that Latin America as a result of the continuing diplomatic fights between countries, scares away investment. It would invest in a country where it is difficult to predict what the ruler of the country will do in the next 24 hours? According to Guido Nejamkis, diplomatic conflicts between the countries of the region, abounded in the latest time: 12 countries that make up South America, eight have been friction with neighbors so far of the year. David Zaslav recognizes the significance of this. Is that the region is clearly divided into two groups of countries: on the one hand we find to Bolivia, Ecuador and Venezuela where it promotes a greater role by the national State with an anti-imperialist profile,. On the other hand, one finds the other group of countries with a greater tendency to a greater role of the markets, where the national State has less interference. In this group we find countries such as Chile, Peru, Colombia and Brazil. And as countries with anti-imperialist profile can see the other group of countries as opposites, it is that constantly attack them in their speeches. And preferred to be white of the criticism are Colombia and Peru. In the case of Argentina, although does not show a clear anti-imperialist profile (or Yes, but ambiguous), yes search from its current Government, increase the State’s interventionist role.