Upside Down World
Tuesday, 01 December 2015
51 Paraguay: Campesino Leader Charged For Confronting Crop Spraying Marco Castillo, Regina Kretschmer, Javiera Rulli, Gaby Schwartzmann. Translated by April Howard.
52 Paraguay: Elections, Yellow Fever, and a Meddling Ambassador Raúl Zibechi
53 Fighting for Survival in Paraguay's Green Desert Wonderland David Vargas
54 New Versus Old Right in Paraguay's Presidential Election Benjamin Dangl and April Howard
55 Paraguay: Campesino Families Block Fumigation of Soy Fields Reto Sonderegger
56 Action Against Agrochemicals in Paraguay Diego Segovia
57 Soy Terrorism in Paraguay the Paraguayan Popular Agrarian Movement
58 City of Terror: Painting Paraguay's 'casbah' as terror central April Howard and Benjamin Dangl
59 Anti-Terrorism Law Criminalizes Protest in Paraguay Fionuala Cregan
60 Paraguay: A Laboratory for Latin America's New Militarism Benjamin Dangl
61 The Multinational Beanfield War: Soy cultivation spells doom for Paraguayan campesinos April Howard & Benjamin Dangl, In These Times
62 Paraguay's Peculiar Politics Teo Ballvé for NACLA
63 Paraguay: Women from Farming Communities Fight to Change Agriculture and Patriarchy April Howard
64 Project Censored: US Military in Paraguay Threatens Region Project Censored
65 Paraguay: Platform for Hemispheric Hegemony Raúl Zibechi, IRC Americas Program
66 Paraguay: Soy Expansion Triggers Repression, Eviction of Peasants An Maeyens, A SEED Europe
67 Peasant Family in Paraguay Condemned by Agrotoxins BASE-IS, Paraguay and GRR Argentina
68 The US Military Descends on Paraguay Benjamin Dangl, The Nation
69 Paraguayan Peasants Resist GM Soy Javiera Rulli
70 Operation Latin American Freedom Benjamin Dangl
71 An Interview with Paraguayan Human Rights Activist Orlando Castillo Benjamin Dangl
72 U.S. Military in Paraguay Prepares To "Spread Democracy" Benjamin Dangl
73 What is the U.S. Military Doing in Paraguay? Benjamin Dangl
74 Massacre in Paraguay Javiera Rulli
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