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Wednesday, 01 October 2014
International
1 Until the Rulers Obey: Learning from Latin America’s Social Movements Clifton Ross and Marcy Rein
2 The Conservative Restoration in Latin America Emir Sader
3 Despite Current Debate, Police Militarization Goes Beyond U.S. Borders Carey L. Biron
4 Georgia Police Chief Severely Restricts Annual SOA Protest: Social Organizations and US Reps Respond Arturo J. Viscarra and SOA Watch
5 Thank you! Upside Down World
6 ​Washington Should Follow Latin America’s Lead in Condemning Israel’s War on Palestine Benjamin Dangl
7 We Reap What We Sow: The Link between Child Migrants and US Policy Diego Cupolo
8 Support Grassroots Media: Donate to Upside Down World Upside Down World
9 From El Barrio to La Realidad, Women Lead Struggles to Transform the World Jessica Davies
10 Popular Agrarian Reform: An Alternative to the Capitalist Model João Pedro Stedile and Osvaldo León
11 People’s Tribunal Seeks to Counter Canadian Pro-Mining Spin Aaron Cain
12 Raúl Zibechi: Latin America Today, Seen From Below Raúl Zibechi
13 Thank You For Your Support Upside Down World
14 Capitalism’s Bullets in Latin America: Invisible Empires, State Power and 21st Century Colonialism Benjamin Dangl
15 Book Review: Learning from Latin America’s Social Movements David L. Wilson
16 Book Review: Border Patrol Nation Dawn Paley
17 From Mexico to Brazil, climate change threatens coffee growers in Latin America By Diego Cupolo
18 Self-Determination as Anti-Extractivism: How Indigenous Resistance Challenges World Politics Manuela Picq
19 Digging up the Dirt on Canadian Mining in Latin America Sandra Cuffe
20 Latin America: Why We Need an Immediate Moratorium on Gold Mining Eduardo Gudynas
21 Upside Down World Recipient of 2014 Global Justice & Peace Award Upside Down World
22 Latin America’s LGBTI Movement Celebrates Triumphs, Sets New Goals Ivet González
23 The Politics of Pachamama: Natural Resource Extraction vs. Indigenous Rights and the Environment in Latin America Benjamin Dangl
24 Commentary - Lies and Deceit: One Neighbor’s Deportation Sheds Light on the Inhumanity of US Immigration Enforcement Daniela Maria Ugaz
25 Latin America - Economic Socialism in the 21st Century: Neoliberalism “Pure and Simple” Pablo Dávalos, Translation by Danica Jorden
26 Lessons from the Costa Rican Elections Laura Carlsen
27 Costa Rican National Elections: Immediate Results, Longstanding Challenges María Suárez Toro
28 Book Review: Undoing Border Imperialism Dawn Paley
29 Drone Use Soars in Latin America, Remains Widely Unregulated Diego Cupolo
30 Latin America Rejects the Extractive Model in the Streets Raúl Zibechi
31 Abortion Rights in Latin America: A Tale of Varying Woes Sam Pothecary
32 U.S. Urged to Curb Militarization in Latin America Jim Lobe
33 Central America: Misunderstanding, Militarized Joel Wainwright
34 Americas: Governments Must Stop Imposing Development Projects on Indigenous Peoples’ Territories Amnesty International
35 Latin America Lags on Reproductive Rights Purnima Mane
36 Wealthy Nations Thwart Hopes of World's Landless Peoples Gustavo Capdevila
37 Bowman Expedition 2.0 Targets Indigenous Communities in Central America Joe Bryan
38 What the Empire Didn’t Hear: US Spying and Resistance in Latin America Benjamin Dangl
39 Scahill’s ‘Dirty Wars’ Offers Lessons for Latin America Dawn Paley
40 Immigration Reform: The View From Below David L. Wilson
41 The Challenges of the Pacific Alliance: Regional Sovereignty in Latin America or a Pampered Periphery Raul Zibechi
42 An Interview with Raúl Zibechi: “The Limits of Consumerism are also Internal” Eduardo Soler
43 Book Review: Puerto Rican Independentista Oscar López Rivera’s 32 Years of Resistance to Torture Hans Bennett
44 “The Capacity not to Stop Dreaming”: An Interview with María Suárez Toro Heather Gies and Cyril Mychalejko
45 Group Warns of “Natural Resources Giveaway” in Latin America Joe Hitchon
46 “Beyond Walls and Cages”: Liberating the Immigration Debate David L. Wilson
47 Pentagon Continues Contracting US Companies in Latin America John Lindsay-Poland
48 Migration Now: Art that Moves Michelle Chen, Illustrations by Migration Now
49 Americas: Human Rights Defenders Increasingly Targeted and Attacked Amnesty International
50 Look from Above or Look from Below: An Interview with Raúl Zibechi Heriberto Paredes Coronel, Translated by Christina Hewitt
 
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