Upside Down World
Monday, 20 October 2014
51 Look from Above or Look from Below: An Interview with Raúl Zibechi Heriberto Paredes Coronel, Translated by Christina Hewitt
52 Latin America’s Left Turn Collides with Indigenous Movements Nyki Salinas-Duda
53 Central American Mothers Organize to Find Their Missing Migrant Children Marta Molina
54 Peru and Ecuador Set to Auction Off More of Amazon for Oil Darrin Mortenson
55 The Penalty is Exile: How Immigration and Criminalization Collide Cory Fischer-Hoffman
56 Panama: Isolated and Ignored Naso Fear Police Repression Richard Arghiris
57 Voices from the International People's Health Tribunal Beth Geglia
58 Goldcorp on Trial: First Ever People’s Health Tribunal Shows Commonalities Throughout Mesoamerica Beth Geglia and Cyril Mychalejko
59 South America: Soy's Great Homeland Darío Aranda, Translation by Alex Cachinero-Gorman
60 Before Occupy Wall Street, there was La Victoria Dawn Paley
61 Marketing Consent: A Journey into the Public Relations Underside of Canada's Mining Sector in Latin America Sandra Cuffe
62 Territories in Resistance: A Cartography of Latin American Social Movements - Excerpt From Book Raul Zibechi, Translated by Ramor Ryan
63 Hemispheric Resistance to Canadian Mining Sandra Cuffe
64 The Pentagon Seeks to Regain the Initiative in South America Raúl Zibechi, Translation by Jim Rudolf
65 Will Latin America Become the New Middle East? Raúl Zibechi, Translation by Jim Rudolf
66 Latin America: Dismantling the Monoculture Mentality Raúl Zibechi
67 Latin America: Facing the World Water Forum, We Look Forward and Maintain Hope Marcela Olivera
68 Anti-Systemic Movements on Planet Earth: The People's Struggle For the Good Life Emma Volonté, Translation by Jim Rudolf
69 Elliott Abrams' Dark History in Latin America and the Struggle for Justice Cyril Mychalejko
70 Decline 'Friend' Request: Social Media Meets 21st Century Statecraft in Latin America Cyril Mychalejko
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72 Mesoamerica Project: Obama’s Message to the Latin American Governments Emma Volante, Translation by Victoria Robinson
73 New U.S.-Colombia Base in Panama to Combat Undocumented People John Lindsay-Poland
74 The Second Cold War and South America: New Strategic Directions on the Part of the United States Raúl Zibechi
75 Central America: Thousands of Sugar Cane Workers Die as Wealthy Nations Stall on Solutions Sasha Chavkin and Ronnie Greene
76 Feeding the Monster: Militarization and Privatized Security in Central America Annie Bird, Rights Action
77 Free Markets and the Food Crisis in Central America Carlos G. Aguilar Sanchez
78 The Year in Revolts: A South American Perspective of the Arab Spring Cristina Cielo
79 Argentina to Wall Street: Latin American Social Movements and the Occupation of Everything Benjamin Dangl
80 Pain Song Along the US - Mexico Border: the forced “yes” of Migration John Washington
81 Streets of Latin America Offer US a Roadmap for Social Change Michael Fox
82 What does “Socialism” Mean Anyway? Voices from Central America Siobhan B. Lozada
83 How the US Props Up Criminals and Murderers All in the Name of Our Catastrophic Drug War Ryan Devereaux, AlterNet
84 Summer Fund Drive: Pitch in to Help Upside Down World Upside Down World
85 Security Conference Vows to Push Drug War into Central America Dawn Paley
86 Private Contractors Making a Killing off the Drug War Cyril Mychalejko
87 Recent University of Puerto Rico Protests Raises Critique of Colonization Alyssa Figueroa
88 Right-wing Unleashes Campaign Against Democracy in Latin America Chuck Kaufman
89 Panama: Indigenous Movement Deeply Concerned About the Barro Blanco Dam John "Ahni" Schertow and Richard Arghiris
90 Latin America and the US: Social Movements Are the Engines of Change Nikolas Kozloff
91 Independence is Another Name for Dignity Eduardo Galeano, Translation by Lisa Boscov-Ellen
92 Moving to the Latin Beat: Dancing with Dynamite in Latin America Mike Geddes
93 The New Latin American “Progresismo” and the Extractivism of the 21st Century Carmelo Ruiz Marrero
94 People's Power: Participatory Budgeting from Brazil to Chicago Jesse Freeston
95 Book Review: Dancing with Dynamite in Latin America Conn Hallinan
96 The Decade that Transformed a Continent Raúl Zibechi
97 Book Review - Outside the Logic of the State: Dancing with Dynamite in Latin America Clifton Ross
98 Distorting Iranian-Latin American Relations Belén Fernández
99 Coup University: SOUTHCOM and FIU Team Up on Counterinsurgency Adrienne Pine
100 How Far Away is Latin America from Nottingham? John Holloway
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