The new James Bond movie, Quantum of Solace, makes a number of plays on the assumption that the resource in question is oil – but oil is so twentieth century. By the time Bond has crash-landed his plane in a sink-hole in the high, barren desert of Bolivia, we make the discovery that this vital resource is – surprise! – water.
Fuente: Programa de las AméricasEl Presidente del Ecuador, Rafael Correa, anunció el 20 de noviembre que su gobierno "buscará no pagar la deuda ilegítima, la deuda corrupta y la deuda ilegal", al tiempo de exigir […]
Translation of the Final Working Document from the Social and Community Minga in Colombia The Minga LIVES, may the MINGA LIVE! We call for a Colombia of the people without owners; all the wisdom, all […]
Source: CQ Politics Revelations that the CIA misled Congress and the Justice Department about the 2001 downing of a Peruvian plane carrying American missionaries could shake loose still-secret details about another crash in the area […]
(IPS) – Amid social demands, political conflicts and uncertainty over Paraguay’s economic future, President Fernando Lugo has completed the first 100 days of his term, during which positive achievements have been made in the fields […]
There was a bit of nostalgia running through the voice of Aida Quilqué. "The Minga has constructed community in Bogotá," she said as indigenous leaders wrapped up six weeks of mobilization and pledged to continue their resistance campaign in their territories.[…]
Barack Obama seems to be oblivious to the sea change in Latin America, portraying the advance of the left as a threat which came about through the incompetence of the Bush administration, who allowed a "dangerous demagogue" like Hugo Chavez to rise to power. […]