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Friday, 31 July 2015
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1 Evo Morales Greenlights TIPNIS Road, Oil and Gas Extraction in Bolivia’s National Parks Emily Achtenberg
2 Latin America: Women in Resistance and Resilience Leny Olivera
3 Bolivia: 15 Years After the Cochabamba Water Revolt, Echoes in New Cases of Corporate Abuse Philippa de Boissière
4 Bolivia’s Contested Process of Change: Views From a Regional Election Benjamin Dangl
5 Bolivia: A Country That Dared to Exist Benjamin Dangl
6 Decolonizing Bolivia’s History of Indigenous Resistance: An Interview with Elisa Vega Sillo Benjamin Dangl
7 The Power of the Spectacle: Evo Morales’ Inauguration in Tiwanaku, Bolivia Benjamin Dangl
8 Developmentalism and Social Movements in Bolivia Raúl Zibechi
9 Photo Essay: Thousands March in El Alto, Bolivia Demanding Justice for 2003 Gas War Massacre Benjamin Dangl
10 Beyond Evo Morales’ Electoral Victory: A View from La Paz, Bolivia Benjamin Dangl
11 Elections in Bolivia: Interviews with Voters in the Streets and at the Polls Benjamin Dangl
12 Why Evo Morales Will Likely Win Upcoming Elections in Bolivia Benjamin Dangl
13 Indigenous Anarchist Critique of Bolivia's 'Indigenous State': Interview with Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui Bill Weinberg
14 The Promises and Limitations of Revolutionary Change in Bolivia: A Book Review of Evo’s Bolivia Marc Becker
15 Bolivia’s Conamaq Indigenous Movement: “We will not sell ourselves to any government or political party” Pablo Peralta M.
16 The Government and the Street in Bolivia: An Interview with Julieta Ojeda of Mujeres Creando Benjamin Dangl and April Howard
17 Bolivia: The Politics of Extractivism Devin Beaulieu and Nancy Postero
18 From the Mines to the Streets: A Bolivian Activist's Life – Book Review Marc Becker
19 The Great Soy Expansion: Brazilian Land Grabs in Eastern Bolivia Miguel Urioste F. de C.,
20 Bolivia: Amid Gas, Where Is the Revolution? Bret Gustafson
 
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