Fuente: Americas Program Versión original: An Interview with Julio CusurichiTraducción por: Zachary Hurwitz La Iniciativa para la Integración Regional de la Infraestructura de Sudamérica (IIRSA) es la versión más reciente de una serie de esquemas […]
When Manuel Zelaya Rosales of the center-left Liberal Party was elected president of Honduras in November 2005, many in the country and internationally heralded him as the latest member of Latin America’s “New Left” club. […]
Source: SOA Watch Come celebrate with us and join torture survivors, students, social movement leaders, religious workers, the Indigo Girls, Congressman Jim McGovern, presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich, the 1000 Grandmothers, the Coalition of Immokalee Workers, […]
(IPS) – The news director of the Radio Cadena Voces (RCV) radio station, Dagoberto Rodríguez, fled Honduras Thursday after the police warned him that he could be killed by "sicarios" (paid gunmen) in the next […]
Swedish company Skanska’s oil affairs in Latin America demonstrate ethical and legal infractions including falsified invoices, bribery scandals, extortion, environmental destruction and serious violations of human rights.
As Latin American citizens elect more left-leaning leaders, countries are increasingly turning away from multinational energy companies and shifting their energy policies inward, nationally and regionally. […]
The community of Tekojoja in Eastern Paraguay has once again found itself under attack, and the Popular Agrarian Movement (Movimiento Agrario y Popular, MAP), the peasant organization involved in the community, is publicly denouncing those responsible. […]