Upside Down World
 
Sunday, 21 September 2014
Bolivia
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1 Indigenous Anarchist Critique of Bolivia's 'Indigenous State': Interview with Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui Bill Weinberg
2 The Promises and Limitations of Revolutionary Change in Bolivia: A Book Review of Evo’s Bolivia Marc Becker
3 Bolivia’s Conamaq Indigenous Movement: “We will not sell ourselves to any government or political party” Pablo Peralta M.
4 The Government and the Street in Bolivia: An Interview with Julieta Ojeda of Mujeres Creando Benjamin Dangl and April Howard
5 Bolivia: The Politics of Extractivism Devin Beaulieu and Nancy Postero
6 From the Mines to the Streets: A Bolivian Activist's Life – Book Review Marc Becker
7 The Great Soy Expansion: Brazilian Land Grabs in Eastern Bolivia Miguel Urioste F. de C.,
8 Bolivia: Amid Gas, Where Is the Revolution? Bret Gustafson
9 Using the Cold War: The Truman Administration’s Response to the Bolivian National Revolution Benjamin Dangl
10 From the Mines to the Streets: a Bolivian activist’s life - Excerpts from New Book Benjamin Kohl, Linda C. Farthing and Felix Muruchi
11 Environmental Dissonance: Global Warming and Bolivia’s Kallawaya Healers Dylan Harris
12 Using the Airwaves for Empowerment of Quechua Women in Bolivia Jenny Cartagena Torrico
13 Mining Conflicts and The Politics of Post-Nationalization Bolivia Dylan Harris
14 Domitila Chungara, Revolutionary Heroine of Bolivia: An Interview Sharyl Green and Peter Lackowski
15 Domitila Chungara, Revolutionary Heroine of Bolivia: An Interview Sharyl Green and Peter Lackowski
16 Democracy from Below in Bolivia: An Interview with Oscar Olivera Peter Lackowski and Sharyl Green
17 Bolivian Radical Feminist Maria Galindo on Evo Morales, Sex-Ed, and Rebellion in the Universe of Women Sharyl Green and Peter Lackowski
18 Bolivia's TIPNIS Conflict: Indigenous Peoples Denounce Legal Persecution Marielle Cauthin, Translated by April Howard
19 Bolivia: Sachs Versus the Facts Benjamin Kohl and Linda Farthing
20 Bolivia and the United States: A Relationship in Transition? Ethan Earle
 
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