Upside Down World
Wednesday, 20 August 2014
News Briefs

251 What's "Rural" in Honduran Immigration? Honduras Culture and Politics
252 Honduras: Expanding Palm Oil Empires In The Name Of ‘Green Energy’ And “Sustainable Development’ Rights Action, Rainforest Rescue, Biofuelwatch, and Food First
253 Venezuela: Extraction-ism, Movements, and Revolution Raul Zibechi
254 Guatemala’s ‘Femicide’ Courts Hold Out New Hope for Justice Danilo Valladares
255 Get your legal marijuana high in Uruguay Vanessa Baird
256 Benjamin Kohl, Temple professor, expert on Bolivia John Morrison
257 Battle Over Seeds Heats Up in Argentina Marcela Valente
258 'This American Life' Whitewashes U.S. Crimes in Central America, Wins Peabody Award Keane Bhatt
259 Maduro’s First 100 Days in Office Marked by Street Government, Latin American Integration, Economic Debate Sascha Bercovitch
260 Without Funding, Haiti Faces “Endemic Cholera” Haiti Grassroots Watch
261 San Sebastián Bachajón: Following the Assassination of Juan Vázquez Guzmán, the Struggle for the Defense of the Land Continues Jessica Davies
262 Brazil's Poor Pay World Cup Penalty María Carrión
263 Activists Demand Justice for Victims of Clerical Sex Abuse in Mexico Emilio Godoy
264 Brazil: Extractive Capitalism and the Great Leap Backward James Petras
265 An Open Letter to the Media on the 'Irony' of Snowden's Request for Asylum in Venezuela and Ecuador Various Authors
266 Protests and Political Reform in Brazil João Feres Junior and Fábio Kerche, Translation by Maya Bellomo Johnson
267 Brazil Wide Open to Cyber Invasion Fabiana Frayssinet
268 U.S. Shelters Bolivia Ex-President From Genocide Charges As Evo Morales Offers Snowden Asylum Roque Planas
269 Guatemala: Indigenous Organizations Denounce Proposed Mining Moratorium NISGUA
270 The Detention of Evo Morales: A Defining Moment For Latin America? Emily Achtenberg, Rebel Currents
271 New Cooperatives Form Part of Cuba’s Reforms Patricia Grogg
272 Death by 'Security': Israel's Services in Latin America Belen Fernandez
273 Brazil wants answers on US surveillance Al Jazeera
274 South American Leaders Demand Apologies from Europe Franz Chávez
275 NATO Sets its Sights on Colombia Dave Feldman
276 “Yes, there was genocide!”: Guatemala´s Ixil Vow to Keep Fighting for Justice Robert Mercatante
277 The Communal State: Communal Councils, Communes, and Workplace Democracy Dario Azzellini
278 Leaked Recording Leads to Allegations of Plot to Provoke a Crisis in Venezuela Ryan Mallett-Outtrim
279 Torture in Mexico: "I Still Think it was a Nightmare" Amnesty International
280 Protests in Brazil: The Twenty-Cent Revolt Raúl Zibechi
281 Americas: The Edward Snowden Case Monitor The Center for Economic and Policy Research
282 Colombia : Catatumbo Peasants Protest, Confront Violent State Repression W. T. Whitney Jr.
283 Ecuador offers U.S. rights aid, waives trade benefits Alexandra Valencia and Brian Ellsworth
284 Salvadoran Military List of Victims a Smoking Gun Edgardo Ayala
285 Mass Protests Sweep Brazil in Uproar over Public Services Cuts & High Costs of World Cup, Olympics Democracy Now!
286 Resurgence of Indigenous Identity in the Crossfire in Brazil Mario Osava
287 Protests roil Brazil despite fare rollback Al Jazeera
288 From Water Wars to Water Scarcity: Bolivia’s Cautionary Tale Emily Achtenberg
289 After Chavez: Grassroots Fight on Despite Opposition’s War of Attrition Tamara Pearson
290 Brazil's 'lost report' into genocide surfaces after 40 years Jonathan Watts and Jan Rocha
291 Peru: Setback in the implementation of the Prior Consultation law Magali Zevallos Ríos
292 Latin American Social Movements Map Solidarity with ALBA Alliance Federico Fuentes
293 Chasing Islamic 'terrorists' in Paraguay Belen Fernandez
294 Mexico’s Desaparecidos: Unspoken, Unseen, Unknown Emilio Godoy
295 Latin America’s Radical Left in Power: Complexities and Challenges in the Twenty-First Century Steve Ellner
296 In Bolivia, Morales Faces a Challenge from Below Jerome Roos
297 Brazil: Porto Alegre is Palestine’s Friend, So Why Has It Embraced Israel’s War Industry? Jamal Juma'
298 Argentina: Videla Dies in Prison – a Victory Against Impunity Marcela Valente
299 Guatemala: Slaughter Was Part of Reagan’s Hard Line Greg Grandin
300 AP Further Documents Evidence of Honduran Police Death Squads; U.S. State Department Hits Back Dan Beeton, CEPR
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