Upside Down World
Wednesday, 01 April 2015
News Briefs

1 Podemos’s Latin American Roots Bécquer Seguín
2 The 'Biden Plan' for Central America Treats Child Refugees as National Security Threat Laura Carlsen
3 Ecuador: Government implements new ways to criminalize and control social protest Luis Ángel Saavedra
4 Occupy Amazonia? Indigenous Activists are Taking Direct Action – and It’s Working Marc Brightman
5 In Brazil, a Struggle to Protect Indigenous Land From an Oil Society antiago Navarro F., Renata Bessi and Translated by Miriam Taylor
6 Costa Rica goes 75 days powering itself using only renewable energy Ben Tufft
7 Indigenous communities from all over Latin America express identity in unprecedented soccer tournament Pablo Medina Uribe
8 The Dilemma of Soy in Argentina Fabiana Frayssinet
9 Grassroots Movement Blocks Water Privatization in Mexico Alfredo Acedo
10 Is Venezuela Really an ‘Extraordinary Threat’ to the United States? Greg Grandin
11 Breaking News: NY Times Reports on What the Rest of Hemisphere Thinks About the Conflict Between the US and Venezuela Mark Weisbrot
12 Mexico: How the Cartels Were Born Carmen Boullosa and Mike Wallace
13 Battling the Practice of Patriarchy in Bolivia Nate Singham
14 Evidence the DEA Attempted to Alter Testimony on Drug War Massacre in Honduras Karen Spring
15 Global Week of Actions against GMO Trees in Brazil Ends in Success World Rainforest Movement and Campaign to STOP GE Trees
16 Movement for Justice in El Barrio: Ten Years of Struggle for Another Possible World Jessica Davies
17 Argentina: 'If We Can Stop Monsanto, We Can Change The World' Marina Sitrin
18 Is Bolivia going to frack 'Mother Earth'? David Hill
19 Latin America: Washington’s Prying Eyes Kirsten Weld
20 Why Is the US Still Spending Billions to Fund Mexico’s Corrupt Drug War? Jesse Franzblau
21 Taxes, Schools, Voting Rights and Abortion: Chile Shows the Way Greg Grandin
22 Is Canadian ‘aid’ actually making things worse in post-coup Honduras? Sandra Cuffe
23 Deep in the Amazon, a Tiny Tribe Is Beating Big Oil David Goodman
24 Can Bolivia Chart a Sustainable Path Away From Capitalism? Chris Williams and Marcela Olivera
25 Latin America: Solidarity and Accompaniment Marina Sitrin
26 How Did Argentina’s Alberto Nisman Really Die? Greg Grandin
27 Raúl Castro demands that US return Guantánamo base to Cuba Associated Press
28 How Israeli High-Tech Firms Are Up-Armoring the U.S.-Mexico Border Todd Miller and Gabriel M. Schivone
29 Argentina: Societies in Movement or Politics as Usual? Marina Sitrin
30 Roads are encroaching deeper into the Amazon rainforest, study says Dan Collyns
31 Forced Disappearances Are Humanitarian Crisis in Mexico Emilio Godoy
32 The Cuban Opening and the Struggles for a New Social Order Horace Campbell
33 Commodity boom extracting increasingly heavy toll on Amazon forests Nick Miroff
34 Bolivian Socialist Funds Election Campaign by Selling Potatoes Luis Arroyo
35 2015 US Appropriations Act Maintains Restrictions On US Military Aid To Guatemala NISGUA – Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala
36 Economic Solutions: Two Perspectives from the Bolivarian Left Nicmer Evans and Euda Vera
37 Venezuela: Straight Talk on How Maduro Measures Up to Chávez Steve Ellner
38 El Salvador: Archbishop Romero Declared Martyr ANSA
39 Haitians Worry World Bank-Assisted Mining Law Could Result in “Looting” Carey L. Biron
40 Cuba and the United States Resume Relations: Happy New Year! Immanuel Wallerstein
41 Interview with Association for Justice and Reconciliation Members on Guatemala's Genocide Retrial and Its Suspension NISGUA
42 El Salvador's Other Crisis Michael Busch
43 Genocide Trial against Guatemalan Dictator Suspended Once Again teleSUR
44 Guatemalan Genocide Trial Set to Resume Amid Amnesty Battles Jo-Marie Burt
45 Bolivia Revolutionizes Urban Mass Transit: From the Streets to the Sky Emily Achtenberg
46 Indigenous Bolivia begins to shine under Morales Katy Watson
47 Why Is Ecuador Selling Its Economic and Environmental Future to China? Andrew Ross
48 Why USAID Could Never Spark a Hip Hop Revolution in Cuba Sujatha Fernandes
49 Raúl Castro: The New Opening With the USA Raúl Castro
50 Venezuela sanctions highlight US hypocrisy on human rights Lauren Carasik
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