Upside Down World
Tuesday, 01 December 2015
News Briefs

201 Yaqui Tribal Authority’s Jailing in Water Conflict Signals Need to Implement Environmental Justice Talli Nauman
202 Biodiversity Offsetting Advances in Latin America Amid Controversy Emilio Godoy
203 UN and US Blame Haiti’s Opposition for Delayed Elections, Ignore History CEPR
204 Remains Believed to Be Those of Murdered Indigenous Leader Found in Peru Telesur English
205 Uruguay: Deepening of progressivism or conservative break? José Elosegui
206 Amazon's 'flying rivers' dry up Jan Rocha
207 US Court Sets Precedent by Ruling Guatemalan Domestic Violence Victim Can Seek Asylum Cyril Mychalejko
208 Cuba estimates US embargo has cost island $116.8bn in damages in 55 years Reuters in Havana
209 Latin America’s Anti-drug Policies Feed on the Poor Diego Arguedas Ortiz
210 Four Peruvian anti-logging activists murdered BBC News
211 Elections Revive Bolivia’s Controversial TIPNIS Highway Plan Emily Achtenberg
212 Uruguay: Guerillas in Government Roger D. Harris
213 President Correa: 'Biggest Mistake in Recent Years Was Letting Alberto Acosta Be President of the Constituent Assembly', Translation by Danica Jorden
214 Peru: What Happened To Progressive Politics In Lima? Paul Dosh and Julia Smith
215 Bonilla’s New Role Raises Questions for U.S.-Funded Police Trainings in Honduras Sarah Kinosian
216 US Senators Urge Ecuador to Restore Relations with Israel Liz Scherffius
217 Threat of Hydropower Dams Still Looms in Chile’s Patagonia Marianela Jarroud
218 Snapshot from the Economic War in Venezuela Sujatha Fernandes
219 Lifting the Sentence of Secrecy in Chile Alexia Richardson
220 Peru’s dangerous environmental regression Belén Fernández
221 As Men Emigrate, Indigenous Women Gain Political Opportunities and Obligations in Mexico Renata Bessi, Santiago Navarro F. and Translated by Miriam Taylor
222 Land rights in Latin America: where are the voices of indigenous women? Natricia Duncan
223 Progressive Tax Reforms Approved in El Salvador CISPES
224 Report: World Bank Loan in Honduras Ignores Environmental and Social Risks Cyril Mychalejko
225 Children of the Monroe Doctrine: The Militarized Roots of America's Border Calamity Arturo J. Viscarra and Michael Prentice
226 National Indigenous Congress and Zapatistas Unite Against Plundering of Their Lands Luis Hernández Navarro, Translated by Sally Seward
227 Guatemala: Cold Warrior Criticizes Cold War and Drug War, Hires Cold Warrior to Promote Drug War Jake Johnston and Peter Hayakawa
228 The Crisis of Small-Scale Fishing in Latin America Alejandro Camargo
229 The Changing Map of Latin America Renata Bessi, Santiago Navarro F. and Translated by Miriam Taylor
230 Sweet Victory for Mexico Beekeepers as Monsanto Loses GM Permit Nina Lakhani
231 How We Scapegoat Children From Gaza to the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands Todd Miller, Border Wars
232 Indigenous Seed Savers Gather in the Andes, Agree to Fight Climate Change with Biodiversity Erin Sagen
233 Wall Street Journal Uses Bogus Numbers to Smear Argentine President Jake Johnston and Mark Weisbrot
234 EZLN and Indigenous Peoples Will Gather to Share Experiences Aldabi Olvera, Translated by Dorset Chiapas Solidarity
235 Latin Americans Protest Attack on Gaza Weekly News Update on the Americas
236 Inside Venezuela's "Proceso" Kevin Young
237 Obama Throws Another Bone to the Right on Venezuela Mark Weisbrot, CEPR
238 The Central American Child Refugee Crisis: Made in U.S.A. Alexander Main
239 Understanding and Countering Corruption and Migrant Abuse by Mexico’s National Migration Institute Sonja Wolf
240 Bolivia’s Military and Police Protests: The “Children of Evo” Speak Out Emily Achtenberg
241 U.S., Regional Leaders Convene over Migration Crisis Julia Hotz
242 Land Rights in Latin America: Where are the Voices of Indigenous Women? Natricia Duncan
243 How Have Latin America’s Political Leaders Responded to Israel’s Siege on Gaza? Stephan Lefebvre, CEPR
244 Radical Cities – Latin America's revolutionary housing solutions Rowan Moore
245 Hondurans don’t need yet another neoliberal boondoggle Lauren Carasik
246 The Depths of Hell in Honduras: Honduran Collapse, Mining and Organized Crime OFRANEH, Translated by Rights Action
247 Why did Uruguay Request its Own Integration into the Trade in Services Agreement? Antonio Elías, Translated by Thomas McGuinn
248 How the Mexican Drug Trade Thrives on Free Trade Christy Thornton and Adam Goodman
249 Argentina: Mapuche Community Takes Direct Action Against Oil and Gas Exploitation on Its Territory Albino Campo and Jorge Nahue. Translated by Nancy Piñeiro
250 Pioneering Cannabis Regulation in Uruguay Hannah Hetzer and John Walsh
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