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Honduran Crisis Necessitates New Sanctions PDF Print E-mail
Written by Jennifer Moore   
Thursday, 27 August 2009 07:53
ImageFailure on the part of the Organization of American States to reach an agreement for the return of Honduran President Manuel Zelaya yesterday signals the beginning of a new stage, says Radio Progreso correspondent Félix Molina. As the diplomatic mission left Tegucigalpa on Tuesday without approval for the San José Accord from de facto leader Roberto Micheletti Bain, the Honduran journalist says new sanctions are needed "that should include trade, economic, financing, and migratory elements."
Another Way Called Venezuela PDF Print E-mail
Written by Juan Carlos Vallejo   
Sunday, 05 February 2006 19:00

I thought that I would die without living and knowing a revolution. I came late to the Cuban Revolution, since I was born a few years after it. I witnessed the ephemeral triumph and then the drowning in blood and fire, by the government of Ronald Reagan and his "contras," of the Sandinista Revolution. I had wanted, like John Reed, to be in the middle of the explosion of the great revolutions.

Femicide in the Aftermath of Guatemalan Civil War PDF Print E-mail
Written by Samantha Mathis   
Tuesday, 24 July 2007 05:50

The Case Against Texaco: Interview with Emergildo Criollo, Cofan Representative PDF Print E-mail
Written by Hanna Dahlstrom   
Tuesday, 05 December 2006 02:08

More Than Just a Leaf: Bolivian Coca as a Natural Resource PDF Print E-mail
Written by Benjamin Dangl   
Wednesday, 31 October 2007 05:56

Leonilda Zurita Drying Coca
Zurita Dries Coca
"The coca gives us food. It takes care of our education and healthcare," Bolivian Cocalera Leonilda Zurita said.  "I produce coca for my children, because if I die tomorrow, they will be able to continue to eat, thanks to this bit of coca."

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