Upside Down World
Saturday, 13 February 2016

51 Deadly Conflict Over Honduran Palm Oil Plantations Puts CEO in the Spotlight Jennifer Kennedy, CorpWatch Blog
52 Honduran Congress Moving to Dismiss Supreme Court Justices over Police Reform Honduras Culture and Politics and Upside Down World
53 Is the World Bank Funding Death Squads in Honduras? Annie Bird, Rights Action
54 Honduras Truth Commission Releases Report about Coup-Related Violence and Repression The Honduras Accompaniment Project
55 Left International Solidarity in Post-Coup Honduras Tyler Shipley
56 Vallecito Resists, Satuye Lives! The Garífuna Resistance to Honduras’ Charter Cities Tim Russo, with Research by Genevieve Roudane and COMPPA
57 DEA-linked Deaths Show Faults in Central American Drug Plan Allen Hines
58 Canada and Chile Meddling in Honduras's Economic and Security Policies Karen Spring and Sandra Cuffe
59 Honduras: A Violence, Repression and Impunity Capital of the World Grahame Russell
60 Gathering in Bajo Aguán: Oligarchy and Human Rights Violations in Honduras Emma Volanté, Translation by Jim Rudolf
61 The War Against Peasant Farmers Heats Up in Honduras Aryeh Shell
62 Campesino Land Struggles in the Aguán Valley, Honduras Heather Gies
63 Honduras: Return to Rigores Chuck Kaufman
64 Honduras: An Urgent Call Osvaldo León and Sally Burch, Translation by Alex Cachinero-Gorman and Marybeth Stocking
65 Honduras: Purging Schools of Police Crime Thelma Mejía
66 Declaration from Artists and Intellectuals on the Bajo Aguán and Human Rights in Honduras Many, Translation by Adrienne Pine
67 Honduras: Campesinos Murdered as Honduran-Canadian Trade Agreement Moves Forward Annie Bird (with Karen Spring)
68 Video: Honduran Police Burn Community to the Ground Jesse Freeston
69 Three Neoliberal Tales in Honduras: The Inter-oceanic Train, Metro-buses and Charter Cities Luis E. Aguilar
70 Indigenous and Afro-Honduran Women: Autonomy and an End to Violence Against Us Margaret Thompson, ESCRIBANA
71 Resistance to Political and Business Assaults on Indigenous Land and Resources in Honduras Margaret Thompson
72 Indigenous and Afro-Honduran Women’s Constitutional Assembly Margaret Thompson
73 From Cartagena to Tegucigalpa: Imperialism and the Future of the Honduran Resistance Todd Gordon and Jeffery R. Webber
74 The Different Logics within the Honduran Resistance: An Interview with Bertha Cáceres Todd Gordon and Jeffery R. Webber
75 Please, Stop Trying to 'Fix' Honduras: Letter to the Los Angeles Times Jesse Freeston
76 Zelaya's Return: Neither Reconciliation nor Democracy in Honduras Adrienne Pine
77 Video Reports: Repression and Resistance in Post-Coup Honduras Jesse Freeston
78 Community Radio Stations: The Voice of Honduran Resistance Emma Volonté, Translation by Alex Cachinero-Gorman
79 An Inconvenient Truth in Honduras Rodolfo Pastor Campos
80 Towards the Reconstruction of the Country: The Constituent Assembly of Indigenous and Black People of Honduras Emma Volonté, Translation by Alex Cachinero-Gorman
81 CODEMUH: Women's Resistance in Honduras Maria Luisa Regalado
82 Military Coups are Good for Canadian Business: The Canada-Honduras Free Trade Agreement Todd Gordon
83 With Increased US Aid, Honduras Militarises Anti-Drug Fight Thelma Mejía
84 Honduran Constitution: Still Explosive, But No Longer Set in Stone Rodolfo Pastor Fasquelle
85 Honduras: Campesinos Expelled Like 'Vermin' Giorgio Trucchi, Translated by Peter Lackowski
86 A State of Siege in Northern Honduras: Land, Palm Oil and Media Peter Lackowski
87 The Snakes Sleep: Attacks against the Media and Impunity in Honduras Sandra Cuffe
88 Take Action! End the Brutal Repression of the Honduran Social Movement Honduras Solidarity Network
89 Honduran Peasant Leader Assassinated Red Morazánica de Información, Translated by Sofia Jarrin
90 Despite Aguan “Land Agreement”, Continued Repression in Honduran African Palm Oil Plantations Tamar Sharabi
91 Honduras Commemorates Tense Anniversary of Unresolved Military Coup Adrienne Pine
92 Honduras Commemorates Tense Anniversary of Unresolved Military Coup Adrienne Pine
93 The Coup Is Not Over: Marking a Year of Resistance in Honduras Joseph Shansky
94 Honduras One Year Later Belén Fernández
95 Clinton Urges OAS to Forget Coup, Readmit Honduras Rosemary A. Joyce and Russell N. Sheptak
96 Foosball with the Devil: Haiti, Honduras, and Democracy in the Neoliberal Era Adrienne Pine
97 Honduras: Poll Proposed by Resistance Challenges Regime Peter Lackowski
98 Honduras Palm Oil Plantations: Sustainable Development Facade Tamar Sharabi
99 Interview: Tortured, Exiled Honduran Journalist Recalls His Experiences Tamar Sharabi
100 History Repeats: Committee of Relatives of the Detained-Disappeared of Honduras James Rodriguez
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