Source: Americas Program In Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, a student peace protester is gunned down by the Federal Police. Pictures of the intestines bursting from his ruptured gut make the rounds on the Internet, shocking even […]
From February 21st to 23rd, the Constituent Assembly of Indigenous and Black People of Honduras held a forum in San Juan Durugubuty. Called by the main civil society organizations of the country, the assembled communities sought to collect and systematize the proposals of the Garifuna people and of the seven indigenous groups of the country for a new Constitution.
(IPS) – Latin America is still divided over the military intervention in Libya. But the nations that were initially opposed to it are gradually hardening their stance as the objective of the Western powers taking […]
Source: Americas Program Monsanto has turned the drop in international corn reserves and the havoc wreaked on Mexican corn production by an unexpected cold snap into an argument for speeding up commercial planting of […]
A short note on my methodology http://bit.ly/e96cwY CHILEUS Ambassador to Chile advocated for ATSC standard for Digital TV transition http://bit.ly/epco61 #cablegate Chile is not major drug producer or trafficking route, so human trafficking becomes USG’s […]
More than three years ago, the man who directs the destinies of our nation from Los Pinos declared war against the Mexican drug cartels. Since then, we Mexicans have given –according to official statistics– more than 31,000 lives to the war, with countless injured.
With his newest book Zapatista Spring, Ramor Ryan does us all a favour. After more than a decade participating in radical solidarity projects in Chiapas, Ryan has opened his notebook and shared his candid -and often humorous- reflections on working alongside the Zapatistas. The result is a unique and fun to read mix of narrative journalism, historical fiction, activism, documentary photography, and popular philosophy.