Upside Down World
Sunday, 20 April 2014
News Briefs

201 Ecuador offers U.S. rights aid, waives trade benefits Alexandra Valencia and Brian Ellsworth
202 Salvadoran Military List of Victims a Smoking Gun Edgardo Ayala
203 Mass Protests Sweep Brazil in Uproar over Public Services Cuts & High Costs of World Cup, Olympics Democracy Now!
204 Resurgence of Indigenous Identity in the Crossfire in Brazil Mario Osava
205 Protests roil Brazil despite fare rollback Al Jazeera
206 From Water Wars to Water Scarcity: Bolivia’s Cautionary Tale Emily Achtenberg
207 After Chavez: Grassroots Fight on Despite Opposition’s War of Attrition Tamara Pearson
208 Brazil's 'lost report' into genocide surfaces after 40 years Jonathan Watts and Jan Rocha
209 Peru: Setback in the implementation of the Prior Consultation law Magali Zevallos Ríos
210 Latin American Social Movements Map Solidarity with ALBA Alliance Federico Fuentes
211 Chasing Islamic 'terrorists' in Paraguay Belen Fernandez
212 Mexico’s Desaparecidos: Unspoken, Unseen, Unknown Emilio Godoy
213 Latin America’s Radical Left in Power: Complexities and Challenges in the Twenty-First Century Steve Ellner
214 In Bolivia, Morales Faces a Challenge from Below Jerome Roos
215 Brazil: Porto Alegre is Palestine’s Friend, So Why Has It Embraced Israel’s War Industry? Jamal Juma'
216 Argentina: Videla Dies in Prison – a Victory Against Impunity Marcela Valente
217 Guatemala: Slaughter Was Part of Reagan’s Hard Line Greg Grandin
218 AP Further Documents Evidence of Honduran Police Death Squads; U.S. State Department Hits Back Dan Beeton, CEPR
219 Belize: Mayan pyramid bulldozed by road construction firm Associated Press in Belize City
220 After a Two-decade Occupation, Brazil's Landless Workers Movement Wins Land Rights Wesley Lima
221 Noam Chomsky, Scholars Ask NY Times Public Editor to Investigate Bias on Honduras and Venezuela Keane Bhatt, Manufacturing Contempt
222 Brazil: The Biggest Extractivist in South America Eduardo Gudynas
223 Displaced by Gold Mining in Colombia Constanza Vieira
224 Obama and the Militarization of the “Drug War” in Mexico and Central America Alex Main, CEPR
225 The New York Times on Venezuela and Honduras: A Case of Journalistic Misconduct Keane Bhatt
226 ‘Lost’ Report Exposes Brazilian Indian Genocide Survival International
227 Peru Backslides on Indigenous Rights Emily Greenspan
228 Report Reveals How Canadian Diplomacy Supported Deadly Blackfire Mining Project in Mexico Many
229 Bolivia Expels USAID: Not Why, but Why Not Sooner? Jake Johnston and Stephan Lefebvre, CEPR
230 Ecuador: Green-Washing Run Amok in the Andes Carlos Zorrilla
231 Mexican Teachers Rebel Against Government's Educational Reform Dan La Botz
232 Rioss Montt Trial to Resume Amid Expectations and Uncertainties Amy Ross
233 SOA Watch Issues Report on Paraguay's Election and Human Rights Violations in the Curuguaty Massacre SOA Watch
234 Colombia: Campesinos of Asoquimbo Liberate Lands under Control of Emgesa-Endesa-Enel Polinizaciones
235 Venezuela Faces a Soft War David Segarra, Translation by Tamara Pearson
236 Federal Judge Orders Release of Names of School of the Americas/ WHINSEC Graduates SOA Watch
237 Despite Track Record, U.S. Hires DynCorp to Provide Troops to U.N. Haiti Mission Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR)
238 Defending Rio Blanco: Three Weeks of the Lenca Community Roadblock in Honduras Brigitte Gynther
239 Paraguay’s Colorado Party Back in Power Jorge Zárate
240 Genocide Trial of Former Dictator Ríos Montt Suspended After Intervention by Guatemalan President Democracy Now!
241 Community Leader Daniel Pedro Mateo Kidnapped and Murdered in Guatemala Cutlural Survival
242 700 Indigenous People Occupy Brazilian House of Representatives John Ahni Schertow
243 Brazil: Carandiru Massacre Trial Must End Long Legacy of Impunity Amnesty International
244 The Enduring Legacy of Bolivia’s Forgotten National Revolution Emily Achtenberg, Rebel Currents
245 One Newspaper, Two Elections: The New York Times on America 2004, Venezuela 2013 Corey Robin
246 The Case of Alberto Patishtán Gómez and the Culpability of the Mexican State: “We are Governed by Injustice” Jessica Davies
247 Uruguay: Second Country in Latin America to Adopt Gay Marriage Raúl Pierri
248 Peru: Reopening the Wounds of Bagua Andrew Miller
249 Guatemala: Mining License Approved in Wake of Violence, Investigation into Murder Pending CIEL and NISGUA
250 Gold Fever to Premiere at Yale, Guatemala City Northland Films
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