Upside Down World
Tuesday, 30 June 2015
News Briefs

1 Miguel Facussé is dead: What does that mean for the people of Honduras? Sarah Blaskey and Norman Stockwell
2 With White House Bid Underway, Clinton Role in Honduras Coup Raises Key Concerns Deirdre Fulton
3 We Regret to Inform You That in 4 Days You and Your Family Will Be Deported to Haiti Greg Grandin
4 Women Behind Bars: The Human Cost of Current Drug Policy in the Americas Jessa Bartley-Matthews, Washington Office on Latin America
5 What is Peru’s biggest environmental conflict right now? David Hill
6 Obama’s Cuba legacy may run through Venezuela Mark Weisbrot
7 Bolivia opens up national parks to oil and gas firms David Hill
8 Change through art: Latin America's other revolution Patricia Boero
9 Violence and Protests Derail Mexican Elections, as Left Divided Dan La Botz
10 Fighting a Low-Intensity War, Indigenous Tupinamba Recover Their Land in Brazil Santiago Navarro F., Renata Bessi and Translated by Miriam Taylor
11 Argentina: Inter-ethnic summit brings together 25 Indigenous nations to strengthen resistance Fionuala Cregan
12 Defending Life in Ecuadorian Resource Politics Teresa A. Velásquez
13 Film: Costa Rica Abolished Its Military, Never Regretted It David Swanson
14 Repudiating Corruption in Guatemala: Revolution or Neoliberal Outrage? Nicholas Copeland
15 Peru: Demonization and criminalization of social movements Víctor Liza Jaramillo
16 In Guatemala, Indigenous Woman Sues Multinational Company for Husband's Murder Jeff Abbott
17 From Indigenous Struggle to Ecosocialism: An Interview with Peruvian Activist Hugo Blanco Quincy Saul and Hugo Blanco
18 Latin America’s Social Policies Have Given Women a Boost Fabiana Frayssinet
19 El Salvador: Trade Deals Are Giving Corporations the Power to Intimidate Tiny Countries Sandra Cuffe
20 Honduras' latest coup Belen Fernandez
21 How the US Enables Human Rights Abuses in Colombia Jonathan Levinson
22 'We're Going to Resist': Brazil's Indigenous Groups Fight to keep Their Land in Face of New Law Claire Rigby
23 No More Goldcorp, No More Murders Mining Injustice Solidarity Network
24 Latin American Organizations Campaign to Ban Monsanto Kimberley Brown
25 Days of Rage in Baltimore and Mexico Greg Grandin
26 Bolivia: The Two Faces of Evo Linda Farthing
27 Male Machismo Is Still Alive and Well in Bolivia Courtney Kirkby
28 Planned Mega-Port in Brazil Threatens Rich Ecological Region Fabiola Ortiz
29 Something's Happening in Latin America - A Review Essay Kim Scipes
30 Hate Crime Killings Rattle Bogota’s Afro-Colombian Communities Afro-Colombian Solidarity Network
31 Honduras Mulls Presidential Re-election Honduras Culture and Politics
32 Press Doublespeak at the Summit of the Americas in Panama Gabriel Hetland
33 Women Farmers Rewrite Their History in Chile’s Patagonia Region Marianela Jarroud
34 Aguan, Honduras: World Bank Backs Death Squads and Displacement Heather Gies
35 'They want to erase journalists in Mexico' Ed Vulliamy
36 A Vote for Local Democracy in Bolivia's Regional Elections Emily Achtenberg
37 Transnational Companies Driving Deadly Conflict in Guatemalan Indigenous Territory Jeff Abbott
38 Justice Groups Demand Right to Food and Water in El Salvador Isobel Finbow
39 In Mexico, Disappearance Is the Rule of Law Alice Driver
40 Indigenous Controlled Mining Under Fire in Colombia Following Death of Human Rights Defender Forest Peoples Programme
41 Guatemalan Activist Murdered Near Mine Site Oxfam
42 Zapatista Communiqué: The Storm, the Sentinel, and Night Watch Syndrome EZLN
43 How Evo Morales's Third Term Will Challenge Bolivia's Social Movements Emily Achtenberg
44 Podemos’s Latin American Roots Bécquer Seguín
45 The 'Biden Plan' for Central America Treats Child Refugees as National Security Threat Laura Carlsen
46 Ecuador: Government implements new ways to criminalize and control social protest Luis Ángel Saavedra
47 Occupy Amazonia? Indigenous Activists are Taking Direct Action – and It’s Working Marc Brightman
48 In Brazil, a Struggle to Protect Indigenous Land From an Oil Society antiago Navarro F., Renata Bessi and Translated by Miriam Taylor
49 Costa Rica goes 75 days powering itself using only renewable energy Ben Tufft
50 Indigenous communities from all over Latin America express identity in unprecedented soccer tournament Pablo Medina Uribe
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