(IPS) With Washington’s image in Latin America at its lowest ebb in memory, President George W. Bush’s successor must pursue a "fresh approach" aimed at reducing poverty and the yawning gap between rich and poor in the region. […]
**Take Action to demand that the U.S. government stop denying visas to opposition voices!** On Thursday 20, the U.S. Embassy in El Salvador denied Salvadoran union leader Maria de los Angeles Pleitez Carcamo a visa […]
The Chilean Supreme Court this morning ruled in favor of
Fuente: Americas Program El sociólogo estadounidense Immanuel Wallerstein, en su visita al Cono Sur de Sudamérica habló sobre uno de sus temas favoritos: el fin de la hegemonía de los Estados Unidos que, estima, será […]
Not since Colombian vice president, Francisco de Paula Santander, conspired to assassinate Caracas born Simón Bolívar in Bogotá in 1828, has a Venezuelan so stirred political opinions and passions in its neighbour.
On October 30, 2006, and in spite of numerous reports linking the presence of Ascendant Copper Corporation to serious human rights violations in the Intag area of Ecuador, Rio Tinto Zinc signed an exploratory/profit-sharing agreement […]
Source: Bolivia Rising From the Summit of the social organizations of the indigenous, originario, campesino peoples and nations and the popular organisation of the cities of the Bolivia. The demand for a Constituent Assembly arose […]