Upside Down World
 
Friday, 18 April 2014
Mexico

51 Corn on the Border: NAFTA and Food in Mexico Dawn Paley
52 International Women’s Day in Mexico: Time for Mourning not Celebration Clayton Conn
53 Mexico: Guerrero’s Indigenous Community Police and Self-defense Groups Clayton Conn
54 Inspired by the Jungle: The Zapatistas and the Rise of an Indigenous City Umar Farooq
55 EZLN Introduces New Subcomandante Gloria Muñoz Ramírez, Translation by Clayton Conn
56 The EZLN Announces Upcoming Meetings in its Territory Desinformémonos, Translated by Nélida Montes de Oca
57 Mexico: Voices from 'Below and to the Left' Say it's the Time of Hope and Action for Movements Desinformémonos, Translation by Dorset Chiapas Solidarity Group
58 Colonialism and the Green Economy in Chiapas: Villagers Defy Pressure to Forfeit Farms for Carbon-Offset Daniel C Marotta and Jennifer Coute-Marotta
59 “We Are Here”: Zapatistas Send Silent Message With the Return of the PRI Gloria Muñoz Ramírez
60 The Zapatista Army of National Liberation Announces Next Steps Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos, Translation by Kristin Bricker
61 Mexico: The Moral and Organizational Strength of the EZLN Jaime Martínez Veloz
62 Zapatista March: The Deafening Silence of Resurgence Tim Russo, Photos by Tim Russo
63 Should Chiapas Farmers Suffer for California’s Carbon? Jeff Conant
64 Mexico: People’s Tribunal Defends Native Villages from Dams Daniela Pastrana
65 Indigenous Communities in Mexico Fight Corporate Wind Farms Jennifer M. Smith
66 “Walking the True Word Around the World”: State Violence, Global Solidarity, and a New Campaign to Support the Zapatistas Jessica Davies
67 Treaty Tolls Death Knell for Mexican Countryside Emilio Godoy
68 Mexican Authorities Urged to End Torture Epidemic Amnesty International
69 Mexico: Arzate against the State Carlos Murillo Gonzalez, Translation by Victoria Robinson
70 Over 300 Days in Prison: Francisco Sántiz Lόpez, Zapatista Political Prisoner, is Innocent! Jessica Davies
71 U.S. Guns Bring Mexican Casualties Zoha Arshad
72 Book Review - Drug War Mexico: Politics, Neoliberalism and Violence in the New Narcoeconomy Dawn Paley
73 Outer Darkness in Coatzacoalcos: The Plight of Migrants in Mexico John Washington
74 Mexican Farmers Battle Canadian Mining Company for Control of Their Land Paul Bocking
75 'Yo Soy 132' Mexican student movement looks to the future Ela Stapley
76 Mexico’s Peace Movement Heads to the US Paul Imison
77 Photo Essay: The "Caravan for Land and Territory" in Mexico Clayton Conn
78 Photo Essay: National March Against the Imposition of Nieto as President in Mexico Clayton Conn
79 Colombia and Mexico: Drug War Capitalism Dawn Paley
80 The Cause of Drug War Violence: Interview with Author Peter Watt Latin America Bureau and Peter Watt
81 Behind the Headlines in Mexico Dawn Paley
82 Mexican Student Movement Challenges Media Manipulation of Elections Ela Stapley
83 Struggle for Release of Indigenous Political Prisoners Patishtan and Santiz Lopez Continues in Mexico Jessica Davies
84 'Dirty War' Tactic of Disappearances Reappears in Mexico Cyril Mychalejko
85 Mexico: Tens of Thousands March against PRI’s Presidential Candidate Ela Stapley
86 The New Migration Law: Mexico’s Continuing Failure to Protect Migrants John Washington
87 Mexican Families March on Mother’s Day on Behalf of Disappeared Relatives Ela Stapley
88 National and International Campign for the Freedom of Political Prisoners in Chiapas Presses On Jessica Davies
89 Mexico’s Peace Movement and Javier Sicilia: One Year On Paul Imison
90 Mexico: Calderón Government Monitoring Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity Leaders José Gil Olmos, Translation by Jim Rudolf
91 Women of Las Patronas Aid Central American Migrants in Mexico Joseph Sorrentino
92 Dying in Defense of Land in Mexico Maria Sanchez
93 Mexico: Blood for Silver, Blood for Gold Jonathan Treat
94 Will Mexico’s Drug Cartels Influence the Country’s Presidential Election? Paul Imison
95 Mexico: The Bonfires of Cherán Pablo Pérez, Translation by Laura Cann
96 Epidemic of Sexual Assault on Migrant Trail in Mexico: Excerpt from book "Migrants Don't Matter" Óscar Martinez, translated by John Washington and Daniela Maria Ugaz
97 The Mexican Election and the Split on the Left Paul Imison
98 Gulf of Mexico Agreement: Increased Oil Cooperation in a Time of War Dawn Paley
99 Community Station in Mexico Conquers Airwaves and Internet Daniela Pastrana
100 Santiago Xanica: A Zapotec Village's Fight for Autonomy in Mexico Emma Volonté, Translated by Laura Cann
 
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