Upside Down World
 
Thursday, 29 January 2015
Ecuador
1 Ecuador: The “Citizens’ Revolution” vs Social Movements By Raúl Zibechi, Translation by Danica Jorden
2 Ecuador: Defending the CONAIE beyond Its House Manuela Lavinas Picq
3 CONAIE Indigenous Organization Evicted from Headquarters by Ecuadorian Government Marc Becker
4 An Open Letter from Boaventura de Sousa Santos to Ecuadorian President Correa on Kicking the CONAIE Indigenous Movement Out of its Headquarters Boaventura de Sousa Santos
5 Ecuador: The Breach Dividing Intag Pablo Kamchatka, Translated by Danica Jorden
6 Ecuador: Free Pacto from Mining Gabriela León, Translated by Danica Jorden
7 Is Water Still a Human Right in Ecuador? Manuela Picq
8 Ecuador’s CONAIE Indigenous Movement: A Return to the Bases in a Fight for Water Rights Marc Becker
9 Ecuador Pushes for Greater South-South Cooperation and Stronger Public Disability Assistance Policies Nathan Singham
10 Ecuador - The Yasuní and the Current State of Affairs: Economics, Regulation, and Opposition Eduardo Gudynas, Translated by Danica Jorden
11 A Reading on Ecuador’s Return to the World Bank Alberto Acosta, Translated by Danica Jorden
12 The Struggle Over Sumak Kawsay in Ecuador Carlos Zorrilla
13 Ecuador: ¡Lo Logramos! Despite All Odds, Activists Present Signatures Needed to Save Yasuní Sofía Jarrín
14 Chevron Wins Latest Round in Ecuador Pollution Case Jim Lobe
15 Ecuador's President Correa Suffers Political Setback in Local Elections Marc Becker
16 Lawfare: Ecuador’s New Style of Governance? Manuela Lavinas Picq
17 Ecuador: Correa Pushes Mining, Targets International Human Rights Observers in Intag Glen David Kuecker
18 Ecuador: The Rights of Nature Threatened in Yasuní National Park Marc Becker
19 Civil Society Calls for Vote on Drilling in Ecuador’s Yasuní Park Ángela Meléndez
20 Ecuador - CONAIE Leader: "We will not defend wealthy media interests" Geovanna Melendres, Translation Marc Becker
21 How the Correa Government is Neoliberalizing Ecuador’s Mining Legislation Carlos Zorrilla
22 Ecuador’s Indigenous People Still Waiting to Be Consulted Ángela Meléndez
23 Ecuador: Protests Mount over Mining, Oil WW4 Report
24 Ecuador's Rafael Correa Re-elected by a Wide Margin Marc Becker
25 Correa and Ecuador’s Left: An Interview with Marc Becker Paul Gottinger
26 Ecuador: Building a Good Life - Sumak Kawsay Alberto Acosta, Translation by Christina Hewitt
27 The Word on Women - Transgender Rights in Ecuador: A Legal, Spatial, Political and Cultural Acquittal By Rochelle Jones
28 A Dream Come True for the Mining Industry: A Response to Correa's Proposal to "Deal With Radicals" Latin American Observatory of Mining Conflicts (OCMAL), Translated by Jennifer Moore
29 Ecuador's Correa Seeks South American Allies in Conflict with Anti-Mining Social Movements Agencia Peruana de Noticias, Translated by Christina Hewitt
30 Indigenous Protests Grow as Ecuador Auctions Amazon Oil Blocks Amazon Watch
31 Ecuador's Election: Correa, His Opponents, and Possible Outcomes Marc Becker
32 God, Oil, and the Theft of Waorani DNA: A Tale of Biopiracy in Ecuador Hanna Dahlstrom
33 Ecuador: Plurinational March for Life, Water, and Dignity Marc Becker
34 Ecuador: A Revolutionary March Versus a Counter-Revolutionary March Decio Machado
35 CONAIE and Social Movements Mobilize in Ecuador APC Editors, Translation by Jim Rudolf
36 Ecuador: Mining in Times of Referendums Carlos Zorrilla
37 Ecuador: Criminalization of the Social Protest in Times of the ‘Citizen Revolution’ Cecilia Chérrez, Acción Ecológica, Translation by Alexandra Quinn
38 Ecuador: The Construction of a New Model of Domination Raúl Zibechi
39 Large-Scale Mining to Test Rights of Nature in Ecuador Carlos Zorrilla
40 People's Tribunal against the Criminalization of Protest in Ecuador Sofía Jarrín
41 Ecuador’s Referendum Reveals a Fragmented Country Marc Becker
42 No Justice, No Peace: Canadian Mining in Ecuador and Impunity Carlos Zorrilla and Cyril Mychalejko
43 Ecuadorian Court Rules Against Chevron in Historic Case Sofía Jarrín
44 Ecuador: Serious Concern Over the Misuse of Terrorism Charges Many
45 Ecuador's Fickle Friend: Canada Jennifer Moore
46 BP Sued in Ecuador for Violating the Rights of Nature Sofía Jarrín
47 Video: Many South American Social Movements Oppose Leaders They Helped Elect Jesse Freeston, The Real News
48 Ecuador's Challenge: Rafael Correa and the Indigenous Movements Benjamin Dangl
49 CONAIE on the Attempted Coup in Ecuador CONAIE
50 Obama Administration Should Oppose Any Attempted Coup in Ecuador CEPR
 
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