The Bush Administration’s "Commission for Assistance to a Free Cuba," co-chaired by our Secretaries of State and Commerce, has presented a new report to our President this week. It’s a lengthy and comprehensive plan, detailing […]
Before Evo Morales won a landslide victory in the Bolivian presidential election on December 18, 2005, one of his key campaign promises was to organize a constituent assembly to rewrite the constitution.
29-06-2006 La ausencia de datos y el aumento de la población carcelaria femenina llevaron a la Pastoral Carcelaria y al Instituto Tierra Trabajo y Ciudadanía (ITTC), en cooperación con el Consejo Británico, a realizar un […]
A controversial 1.5-billion dollar hydroelectric mega-dam on a river bordering Honduras and El Salvador could cause massive flooding, lead to the displacement of 20,000 people and lead to food insecurity. The project began three weeks […]
Following the recent success of the indigenous Ecuadoran struggle against Occidental Petroleum’s illegal poisoning and militarization of that country, 22,000 protesters in the northeastern province of Orellana took aim at French oil company Perenco. Residents […]
Un poco de historia "El ferrocarril nos ha costado, y seguirá costándonos enormes sacrificios e inmensas privaciones, dinero, lágrimas y sangre", señaló en 1908 el diario El Comercio (Kim Clark) al referirse a la construcción de […]