Upside Down World
Monday, 30 May 2016
News Briefs

201 Why Is Ecuador Selling Its Economic and Environmental Future to China? Andrew Ross
202 Why USAID Could Never Spark a Hip Hop Revolution in Cuba Sujatha Fernandes
203 Raúl Castro: The New Opening With the USA Raúl Castro
204 Venezuela sanctions highlight US hypocrisy on human rights Lauren Carasik
205 People's Summit in Lima Envisions Bottom-Up Movement for Global Climate Justice Sarah Lazare
206 Latin America: NYPD chief wants to teach the world’s police Ed Morales
207 Palm Oil and Extreme Violence in Honduras: The Inexorable Rise and Dubious Reform of Grupo Dinant Jeff Conant
208 Ecuador indigenous leader found dead days before planned Lima protest Jonathan Watts
209 Bolivian women fight back against climate of violence Leny Olivera
210 Lessons from Bolivia: Re-nationalizing the Hydrocarbon Industry Stephan Lefebvre and Jeanette Bonifaz
211 Lima’s Leftist Mayor Defeated by Four Years of Right-Wing Attacks Paul Dosh, Julia Smith, and Ximena Rodríguez Medina
212 Colombia’s Land Restitution Process Failing Those Forced Off Their Land Amnesty International
213 SOA Protest: Grassroots Mobilizations Connect Struggles against State Violence and Injustice SOA Watch
214 Why isn't Brazil exploiting its amazing wind capacity? Fabíola Ortiz
215 Latin America: The irregular path of progressive governments Ramiro Escobar
216 Ayotzinapa and the New Civic Insurgency Luis Hernández Navarro
217 Ayotzinapa Resistance: "This is just getting started" Dawn Paley
218 The failures of Latin America's left Manuela Picq
219 Mexican Gang Suspected of Killing 43 Students Admits to Mass Murder Jo Tuckman
220 Statement by the Mesoamerican Working Group on the Impact of U.S. Security Assistance on Human Rights in Mexico, Central America, and Colombia MAWG
221 Venezuela: For the Barrios, the Difference Between Repression and Revolution Depends on National Security Z.C. Dutka/Many
222 Venezuela: Invisible No More George Ciccariello-Maher
223 Election Day in the Bolivian Highlands: Local Democracy, Amidst the Contradictions Emily Achtenberg
224 Emergency Fund-Raising Appeal For Disappeared Mexican Students Rights Action
225 Guatemalan Officers Face Sexual Slavery Charges in Historic Trial Luz Mendez
226 Why the Left Continues to Win in Latin America Greg Grandin
227 Economic Issues Could be Decisive in Brazilian Presidential Election Mark Weisbrot
228 Venezuela at the UN, Washington At Bay Greg Grandin
229 Uruguay’s Decision Could Come Too Late for Gitmo Detainees Diana Cariboni
230 Why Dilma Should Look Back to Her Bases in Brazil's Runoff Election John L. Hammond
231 Interview with Evo Morales on Bolivia's Socio-Economic Transformation Al Jazeera
232 43 Missing Students, State Crimes & Resistance in Mexico Dawn Paley
233 Bolivia: Has Evo Morales proven his critics wrong? Benjamin Dangl
234 Venezuela: Why a Philosophical Summit of the Poor? Cory Fischer-Hoffman and
235 Civil Society, Judges Team Up Against Judicial Corruption in Guatemala Geoffrey Ramsey
236 Cops and Paramilitaries Tortured, Burned, Massacred Mexico Students Dawn Paley
237 Municipality in El Salvador Bans Mining in Binding Vote Meredith DeFrancesco
238 Hillary Clinton admits role in Honduran coup aftermath Mark Weisbrot
239 Vaca Muerta, Argentina’s New Development Frontier Fabiana Frayssinet
240 Brazil: Dilma or Marina—Or Luciana? Dan La Botz
241 Massacre and State of Exception in San Juan Sacatepéquez, Guatemala International Committee in Solidarity with San Juan Sacatepéquez
242 Global Drug Report: Don't Just Decriminalize, Demilitarize Cyril Mychalejko
243 El Salvador: Total Ban on Abortion is Killing Women and Girls and Condemning Others to Decades Behind Bars Amnesty International
244 Washington Snubs Bolivia on Drug Policy Reform, Again Zoe Pearson and Thomas Grisaffi
245 Yaqui Tribal Authority’s Jailing in Water Conflict Signals Need to Implement Environmental Justice Talli Nauman
246 Biodiversity Offsetting Advances in Latin America Amid Controversy Emilio Godoy
247 UN and US Blame Haiti’s Opposition for Delayed Elections, Ignore History CEPR
248 Remains Believed to Be Those of Murdered Indigenous Leader Found in Peru Telesur English
249 Uruguay: Deepening of progressivism or conservative break? José Elosegui
250 Amazon's 'flying rivers' dry up Jan Rocha
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