Upside Down World
Tuesday, 24 November 2015

1 Defending Afro-Indigenous Land: Black Fraternal Organization of Honduras Wins Food Sovereignty Prize Beverly Bell
2 Honduras: The Impunity and Legacy of Miguel Facussé Greg McCain
3 Young Hondurans Lead Unprecedented Anti-Corruption Movement Thelma Mejía
4 From Reagan to Obama: Forced Disappearances in Honduras Heather Gies
5 Garifuna Community Radio Stations Under Threat in Honduras Sandra Cuffe
6 Honduras: Indigenous Communities Resist Dams in the Face of Threats and Violence Brigitte Gynther
7 Territories Free of Mining on the Rise in Honduras Sandra Cuffe
8 Blood for Gold: The Human Cost of Canada’s ‘Free Trade’ With Honduras Sandra Cuffe
9 Film Review: ‘Revolutionary Medicine - A Story of the First Garifuna Hospital’ Jim Sugiyama
10 Puerto Castilla, Honduras: Corporate and Military Interests Above Garífuna Community Survival Greg McCain
11 Sex Workers Take to the Streets in Honduras to Protest Murders and Discrimination Sandra Cuffe
12 "Here the People Govern': Autonomy and Resistance in San Francisco Opalaca, Honduras Brigitte Gynther
13 Honduras: The Deep Roots of Resistance Alexander Main
14 Honduras: New Colonel for Operation Xatruch, More of the Same for Lower Aguan? Anna Jover Segura, translated by Danica Jorden
15 Honduras: Who Should Really Be On Trial For the Rio Blanco Dam? Brigitte Gynther
16 Honduras: Indigenous Tolupanes Return to Their Territory with IACHR Orders of Protection Greg McCain
17 Congress’ Last Stand: Privatizations among New Laws in Honduras Sandra Cuffe
18 Beyond Reform: It’s Time to Shut Down the World Bank Cyril Mychalejko
19 Anatomy of Election Fraud: The 2013 Honduran Election in Five Simple Steps Jason Wallach
20 International Election Monitors in Honduras: Do They Ensure Clean Elections or Whitewash Fraud? Chuck Kaufman
21 Honduras: Beyond the Eye of the Electoral Storm Sandra Cuffe
22 The Results of the Elections in Honduras were Changed, Says European Union Observer Giorgio Trucchi, Translation by Adrienne Pine
23 The Different Souls of the Libre Party and Repression against Honduran Students Orsetta Bellani, Translation by Clayton Conn
24 Honduran Election Results Contested Amid Reports of Fraud, Intimidation Sandra Cuffe
25 Honduras: Indigenous Movement Defends Land and Rights as Election Looms Jason Wallach
26 Honduras: A Partial Victory for the Campaign to Free “Chavelo” Morales Greg McCain
27 Canada Signs Free Trade Deal with Honduras amid Pre-electoral Repression Sandra Cuffe
28 Nueva Esperanza, Honduras: Against the Same Old Neoliberal Agenda Greg McCain
29 Where Will the Children Play? Neoliberal Militarization in Pre-Election Honduras Adrienne Pine, Photos by Jesse Freeston
30 Berta Cáceres Is Still Alive: Indigenous Resistance Against Transnational Plunder in Honduras Jeff Conant
31 Re-militarizing the Police: Turning the Clock Back in Honduras Rosemary Joyce and Russell Sheptak
32 Defending Indigenous Lands and Waters in Honduras: The Case of Rio Blanco Beverly Bell and Tory Field
33 Honduras: The Struggle for Land in Agua Blanca Sur Brigitte Gynther
34 The Murder of Tomas Garcia by the Honduran Military Brigitte Gynther
35 Mining Company's Security Threatens International Human Rights Observers, Terrorizes Communities in Honduras Giorgio Trucchi | LINyM, Translation by Clayton Conn
36 US Embassy, DEA Obstructing Investigation into Drug War Killings in Honduras Sandra Cuffe and Karen Spring
37 Honduras Shaken by High-Profile Murders Thelma Mejía
38 Cyanide Dreams: Ecotourism and Mega-Mining Don’t Mix in Honduras Rachel Deutsch
39 The Criminalization of Campesino Resistance in Honduras: Chavelo’s Story Lauren Carasik
40 Honduras: Exhumations in the Aguán in Search of the Truth Defensores en Línea, Translation by Sandra Cuffe
41 Honduras: Terror in the Aguán Greg McCain
42 “We’re Witnessing a Reactivation of the Death Squads of the ‘80s” in Honduras: An Interview with Bertha Oliva of COFADEH Alex Main, CEPR
43 Honduras is Open for Business and Repression Grahame Russell, Photos by Camila Rich
44 Police Death Squads in Honduras - Then and Now Dan Beeton, CEPR
45 Book Review - Grabbing Power: The New Struggles for Land, Food and Democracy in Northern Honduras Chuck Kaufman
46 Modeling Capitalist Dystopia: Honduras OKs Plan for Private Cities Kari Lydersen
47 Honduras: War on the Peasants Eric Holt-Giménez and Tanya Kerssen
48 Cold War Policies Revived by Honduran Intelligence Law Thelma Mejía
49 Cyanide Lakes and Hurricanes: An Interview with Dr. Juan Almendares on the High Costs of Mining in Honduras Jen Wilton and Liam Barrington-Bush
50 Constitutional Death Spiral in Honduras Rosemary Joyce and Russell Sheptak
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