Upside Down World
Tuesday, 22 July 2014
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151 Human Rights in the Rear View Mirror: Colombian Commandos Training Mexican Military and Police Cyril Mychalejko
152 Mexican Military Raids Social Organization’s Office Kristin Bricker
153 All the Right Enemies: Farewell to the Utterly Unique John Ross Frank Bardacke
154 Where the People Order and the Law Obeys: The Policía Comunitaria in Guerrero, Mexico David Martinez
155 Acteal, Mexico: Building Autonomy in the Shadow of Repression Andalusia Knoll
156 Battle in Cancun: The Fight for Climate Justice in the Streets, Encampments and Halls of Power Andalusia Knoll
157 Normalizing Catastrophe: Cancun as Laboratory of the Future Eddie Yuen
158 Central America is Present: The Mesoamerican Climate Justice Campaign Makes its Way to Cancun Maggie Von Vogt, Unidad Ecológica Salvadoreña
159 Interview: Dr. William I. Robinson on Power, Domination and Conflicts in Mexico Dawn Paley
160 The Historic End to the Institutional Revolutionary Party’s Rule in Oaxaca Nancy Davies
161 Activists Prepare for Climate Change Summit in Cancun Dawn Paley
162 Oaxaca as a ‘Laboratory of Repression’: Interview with Human Rights Defender Alba Cruz Peter Watt and Alba Cruz
163 John Holloway, Crack Capitalism and Latin America Ramor Ryan
164 The Disappearance of Rosendo Radilla Pacheco: An Open Letter to Mexican President Calderón Dr. Peter Watt
165 Human Rights, Labor, and Religious Groups Call on Obama Administration and Congress to Uphold Human Rights, Halt Drug War Aid to Mexican Security Forces Many
166 Justo Castigo in Oaxaca: Political Murders, Drug Murders, or Retributive Justice? Nancy Davies
167 Chile Rescue Stirs Up Bitter Memories of Mexican Mining Disaster Kristin Bricker
168 Displaced Zapatistas Return Home Jessica Davies
169 Corruption And Deforestation Caused Oaxaca’s Mudslide Disaster Kristin Bricker
170 Autonomous Authorities Order Total Evacuation of San Juan Copala, Oaxaca Kristin Bricker
171 Narcotrafficking in Mexico: Neoliberalism and a Militarized State Daniela Morales and Peter Watt
172 Mexico: Requiem for Triquis Nancy Davies
173 Zapatista Supporters Attacked in Retaliation for Building an Autonomous School Jessica Davies
174 Mexico: Unending Violence for the Indigenous People of San Juan Copala International Cry
175 Project of Mass Destruction: Goldcorp's Peñasquito Mine in Mexico James Rodriguez,
176 Growing Fuel Instead of Food: Agro-fuels in Chiapas Jessica Davies
177 What the Zapatistas Can Teach us About the Climate Crisis Jeff Conant
178 Dread and Redemption: A History of Monstrous Mexico City Benjamin Dangl
179 Mexico: San Juan Copala Again Under Fire Nancy Davies
180 López Obrador’s Alternative Plans for Mexico Daniel McCool
181 Protest Against Canadian Mine in Mexico Meredith DeFrancesco
182 Canadian Mining Crimes in Mexico Juan Carlos Ruiz Guadalajara
183 The Soon-to-be Life and Death Story of the Mexican Electricians' Union’s Fight for Survival Daniel McCool
184 PRI Defeated in July 4 Election in Oaxaca Nancy Davies
185 Two Dead in Confrontation in Oaxaca, Near Site of Canadian Mine Nancy Davies
186 Extending the Reach of Safe Abortion in Mexico Daniela Pastrana
187 Mexico Elections 2010: Upping the Ante in Oaxaca Nancy Davies
188 Second Humanitarian Caravan Braves Danger in Oaxaca Nancy Davies
189 Mexico: Civil Society Divided Ahead of Climate Summit Emilio Godoy
190 Mexico: Another Triqui leader Slain in Oaxaca Nancy Davies
191 Oaxaca: The Ongoing Extermination of San Juan Copala’s Autonomous Triquis Nancy Davies
192 Oaxaca: Aftermath of the Ambush Ramor Ryan
193 Mexico: International Human Rights Caravan Ambushed, Two Murdered En Route to San Juan Copala Nancy Davies
194 Paramilitary Attack Kills Two in Oaxaca, Mexico Dawn Paley
195 Chiapas: The Reconquest of Recuperated Land Mary Ann Tenuto
196 Interview: Climate Justice Organizing in Mexico Dawn Paley
197 Mexico: Coalition Takes on the PRI in Oaxaca's Crucial 2010 Elections Nancy Davies
198 Mexico: Juan Manuel Martínez Moreno Released From Prison for (Not) Killing Brad Will Nancy Davies
199 Beer Globalization in Latin America: When Beer in Mexico is Dutch and Chicha in Colombia is Popular Benjamin Dangl
200 Mexico: Celebrating Indigenous Culture, Zapotec Autonomy and Uncontaminated Corn by Ramor Ryan, Photos by Ali Tonak
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