Upside Down World
Saturday, 31 January 2015
News Briefs

451 Economic Growth with More Equality: Learning From Bolivia Emily Achtenberg, Rebel Currents
452 Honduras: Obama Administration Rejects Congressional Request for Investigation of the DEA's Role in the Ahuas Killings Alex Main, CEPR
453 The Drug Trade and the Increasing Militarization of the Caribbean Kevin Edmonds, The Other Side of Paradise
454 Ecuador: 160 Intellectuals Support Alberto Acosta’s Candidacy Many, Translation by Christina Hewitt
455 Solidarity Brings Freedom and Justice for Zapatista Francisco Sántiz López Jessica Davies, Dorset Chiapas Solidarity Group
456 Forty Years Later, Justice for Víctor Jara: School of the Americas Grads Indicted in Murder of the Popular Allende-Era Singer/Activist Ramona Wadi
457 AP Investigation: U.S. Spends $20 Billion Over 10 Years on Increasingly Bloody Drug “War” in Latin America; Rejects Drug Policy Reform Alex Main, CEPR
458 Mexico: International Meeting Unites Movements against Destructive Mining Projects Jonathan Treat
459 Brazil: First Ever Strike against Walmart UNI Global Union
460 World’s Leading Asparagus Company Violates Worker Rights, Says Peruvian Union USLEAP
461 Former Coup Leader, 'School of the Americas' General, to Run for President in Honduras Arthur Phillips, CEPR
462 Miners Win Ruling over Indigenous Groups in Guyana Jeremy Hance
463 Honduras: Failed State Auctions Off Lands and Subsoils OFRANEH, Translation by S. Bartlett of Ag Missions
464 Guatemala: Ríos Montt Trial a Milestone for Justice; Former Dictator Charged With Genocide Human Rights Watch
465 El Salvador: Free the El Progreso 3 Youth Leaders – Organizing is not a Crime! Many
466 New Cuba: Beachhead for Economic Democracy Beyond Capitalism Keith Harrington
467 Guatemala’s War on Women Amnesty International
468 Hunger Strike Aims to Stop GMO Corn in Mexico Claire Gilbert and Saulo Araujo
469 Free Trade and Workers’ Rights in Colombia: “Peace” the European Way Dave Feldman
470 A New Scenario in Guatemala: Challenges for Social Movements and Cooperation Kajkoj Maximo Ba Tiul, Translated by Christina Hewitt
471 Argentine Farm Sales Raise Questions of Land Speculation By Soros Pratap Chatterjee
472 Guerrero Community Police Denounce Attempts to Use Citizen Uprising to Divide and Militarize Their Region Regional Coordinating Body of Community Police (CRAC), Translation by Kristin Bticker
473 Ecuadorean Tribe Will 'Die Fighting' to Defend Rainforest Jonathan Watts
474 Oaxaca: Triqui Protest Camp Suffers New Eviction Hannibal Rhoades
475 Gustavo Esteva: Recovering Hope - The Zapatista Example Jessica Davies and Helen Jaccard
476 What the Venezuelan Constitution Does, and Does Not, Say about Chávez's Innauguration Dan Beeton, CEPR
477 Chile: Historic Mapuche Land Conflict Flares Up Marianela Jarroud
478 Bolivia Takes the Leap into the Big Pond of Mercosur Mario Osava*
479 Open Letter From Mapuche Chief Juana Calfunao To Chilean President Sebastian Piñera Lonko Juana Calfunao Paillalef
480 Guatemala: Impunity, or Justice for Crimes of the Past? Cascadia Solidaria
481 Venezuela After Chavez’s Victory Franck Gaudichaud
482 Eviction of Triqui Protest Camp in Oaxaca Results in Death of a Newborn Jen Wilton
483 Radio Documentary - Communities in the Crosshairs: The Drug War in Guatemala Dawn Paley
484 Do We Know Them? Letter by Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos , Translation by Clayton Conn
485 Peru: Indigenous Organizations Sue Government and Oil Companies on Behalf of Isolated Tribes Survival International
486 Lifting the Veil on Colombia's "Emerald Czar" Michael Evans
487 Haiti's New Dictatorship Justin Podur
488 Paraguay: Government speeds up arrival of electro-intensive company Gustavo Torres
489 Obama signals four more years of bad relations with Latin America Mark Weisbrot
490 The Honduran People under a Permanent Coup d'Etat OFRANEH, translation by Stephen Bartlett of Ag Missions
491 David Ravelo and the Struggle for Colombia Tom Whitney
492 Peru: Multinationals Undermining Justice Al Jazeera, People and Power
493 Native Communities in Peru Take Charge of Environmental Monitoring Milagros Salazar
494 Venezuela’s Chavez’s Cancer Returns, Leaves Vice-President in Charge Tamara Pearson
495 Universal Health Care in El Salvador – A Personal Reflection Amanda Bloom, PA 2012 Medical Brigadista
496 Deaf Ear Turned to Local Opposition to Mines in Guatemala Danilo Valladares
497 Honduran President Calls Supreme Court an Enemy of the State Honduras Culture and Politics
498 Mexico’s Presidential Inauguration Marked by Vows and Violence Laura Carlsen
499 International Court Investigates Colombia for “False Positive” Killings Susana Pimiento
500 Colombian Military and a Local Businessman Agree to Build a Base on Stolen Land Colombia Land Rights Monitor
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