Source: Haiti Liberte Seven years after he was kidnapped and exiled to Africa after the Feb. 29, 2004 coup d ‘etat, former president Jean Bertrand Aristide finally has a passport that will allow him […]
Communities and officials demand that government protect the people from poisonous industries. Source: Al Jazeera Boanerge Lovo lives in a subsistence community on Isla de Monte Cristo near the central coast of El Salvador. […]
Facing climate change, a social movement in El Salvador fights mass flooding and the toxic burning of cane fields. Source: Al Jazeera While debate about whether climate change is real or not continues in […]
WikiLeaks-released State Department cables have shed fresh light on the reality of US foreign policy. Many of them have been extremely accurate situation reports from a given country at a given time. More often than not they are considered the absolute truth written by all-knowing and completely unbiased officials. But this is not always the case.
The United States appears to be strengthening its anti-drug strategy in Central America, whose focus in the case of Honduras will include military operations with troops from both countries, to begin in the jungle region of Mosquitia on the Atlantic coast.
From across North Africa to Wisconsin, activists are navigating a new terrain of global protest and relationships with their governments. Whether in ousting old tyrants or dealing with new allies in office, the example of Bolivia holds many lessons for social movements.
(IPS) – The plaintiffs in the case against Chevron tried in Ecuador, who won a historic 9.5 billion dollar verdict after a nearly 18-year struggle over environmental and health damages caused in a quarter-century of […]