Clinton Team Drives Foreign Policy Wedge into Democratic Race

Escrito por  |  22 / January / 2016

Just two days after the candidates showed little daylight between their positions on global issues during the Sunday debate, the Clinton team struck out at Sanders on foreign policy. How much daylight is there between the two leading candidates?

The Dark Side of Clean Energy in Mexico

Escrito por  |  20 / January / 2016

Wind energy projects on the Isthmus of Tehuantepec are facing opposition from local indigenous communities. What’s at stake?

The Day Before COP21 in Paris

Escrito por  |  1 / December / 2015
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Paris seems ready to birth the historic agreement against global greenhouse emissions that cause climate change.

U.S. Arms Sales Are Fueling Mideast Wars

Escrito por  |  17 / November / 2015

The recent surge in U.S. arms transfers to the Middle East is part of an unprecedented boom in major U.S. arms sales that has been presided over by the Obama administration.

New Film: Movement for Justice in El Barrio at the Women’s Freedom Conference

Escrito por  |  13 / November / 2015

This film, “El Barrio Women Fighting for Freedom and Against Displacement,” was presented by Movement for Justice in El Barrio at the ground-breaking first worldwide online Women’s Freedom Conference, held on October 25th, 2015.

October 16th: International Day of Action for Peoples’ Food Sovereignty and Against Transnational Corporations

Escrito por  |  16 / October / 2015
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La Via Campesina calls its members and allies, and civil society organizations to mobilize and organize actions on October 16th, the International Day of Action for Peoples’ Food Sovereignty and against transnational corporations (TNCs).

A Tale of Two Food Prizes

Escrito por  |  12 / October / 2015

What do human rights and oppression have to do with hunger? Everything.