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Friday, 04 September 2015
News Briefs

1 Answers to Today’s Political Labyrinth in South America Lie with the Social Movements Benjamin Dangl
2 Raúl Zibechi: Taking stock of ‘Progresismo’ in Latin America Raúl Zibechi
3 Corporate Developers Seize Indigenous Lands in Brazil and Hire Hit Men to Murder Residents Renata Bessi and Santiago Navarro F.
4 Latin America: Where We're At Oscar Ugarteche
5 Ecuador’s Impasse Jeffery Webber
6 Rising tensions in Bolivia over oil and gas exploitation on indigenous lands Fionuala Cregan
7 From Chiapas to Rojava: seas divide us, autonomy binds us Petar Stanchev
8 The Consolidation of the Mexican Narco-State John M. Ackerman
9 Oaxaca, Mexico, Faces Police Militarization as Governor Acts to Preempt Education Protests Renata Bessi and Santiago Navarro F.
10 'Our Central American spring': protesters demand an end to decades of corruption Sibylla Brodzinsky
11 Ecuador: Cracks in Correísmo? Alejandra Santillana Ortíz & Jeffrey R. Webber
12 How El Salvador’s Supreme Court Is Undermining Democracy—With Washington’s Help Hilary Goodfriend
13 No Safety for Journalists in Mexico Ryan Devereaux
14 Beyond the Petrostate: Ecuador’s Left Dilemma Thea Riofrancos
15 Venezuelan Social Movements Rally Against State Coal Mining Decree Lucas Koerner
16 Venezuela: The Making of Leopoldo López Roberto Lovato
17 Chavez is Gone, but Chavismo is Here to Stay Federico Fuentes
18 The Scorching Summer of Honduras’ “Indignant” Opposition Jessica Isla
19 Brazil: Munduruku Indigenous Community Struggle is Stronger than Ever Various Authors
20 Communities struggling against mining win major victory in Guatemala Jeff Abbott
21 Leopoldo López Is Not Venezuela’s Savior Greg Grandin
22 El Salvador's Draconian Abortion Laws: a Miscarriage of Justice Michael Avender and Medea Benjamin
23 Tolupanes Put Their Lives on the Line Defending All Hondurans James Phillips
24 Colombia: Struggle Against Quimbo Dam Reaches Critical Point Polinizaciones
25 Revealed: USAID Funded Group Supporting Haitian President in 2010 Jake Johnston
26 The Origins of Anti-Haitian Sentiment in the Dominican Republic Amelia Hintzen
27 Lula, from Magician to Sharp Shooter Raúl Zibechi
28 Popular Protests Are Spreading Across Central America, and Washington Is Getting Nervous Greg Grandin
29 Indigenous Communities Slam Mining Injustice in Honduras TeleSUR English
30 The Origins of Anti-Haitian Sentiment in the Dominican Republic Amelia Hintzen
31 US-Venezuela détente still going – for now Mark Weisbrot
32 During Honduras Crisis, Clinton Suggested Back Channel With Lobbyist Lanny Davis Lee Fang
33 Argentina indigenous chieftain leads fight to reclaim ancestral land Uki Goñi
34 Cuba Is The First Country To Eliminate Mother-Baby HIV And Syphilis Transmission Reuters
35 Miguel Facussé is dead: What does that mean for the people of Honduras? Sarah Blaskey and Norman Stockwell
36 With White House Bid Underway, Clinton Role in Honduras Coup Raises Key Concerns Deirdre Fulton
37 We Regret to Inform You That in 4 Days You and Your Family Will Be Deported to Haiti Greg Grandin
38 Women Behind Bars: The Human Cost of Current Drug Policy in the Americas Jessa Bartley-Matthews, Washington Office on Latin America
39 What is Peru’s biggest environmental conflict right now? David Hill
40 Obama’s Cuba legacy may run through Venezuela Mark Weisbrot
41 Bolivia opens up national parks to oil and gas firms David Hill
42 Change through art: Latin America's other revolution Patricia Boero
43 Violence and Protests Derail Mexican Elections, as Left Divided Dan La Botz
44 Fighting a Low-Intensity War, Indigenous Tupinamba Recover Their Land in Brazil Santiago Navarro F., Renata Bessi and Translated by Miriam Taylor
45 Argentina: Inter-ethnic summit brings together 25 Indigenous nations to strengthen resistance Fionuala Cregan
46 Defending Life in Ecuadorian Resource Politics Teresa A. Velásquez
47 Film: Costa Rica Abolished Its Military, Never Regretted It David Swanson
48 Repudiating Corruption in Guatemala: Revolution or Neoliberal Outrage? Nicholas Copeland
49 Peru: Demonization and criminalization of social movements Víctor Liza Jaramillo
50 In Guatemala, Indigenous Woman Sues Multinational Company for Husband's Murder Jeff Abbott
 
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