Thinking Outside the Box about Trade, Development, and Poverty Reduction

Escrito por  |  8 / August / 2007

Editor’s Note: A longer version of this article was originally published in "International Politics and Society, 3" (2006), 134-66. All  Continue Reading »

Via Campesina Sets an International Agenda

Escrito por  |  7 / August / 2007

The peasantry has been portrayed historically as a backward sector, rooted in traditional productive practices and embedded in obsolete cultures.  Continue Reading »

Dead-End Trade Deal Nears Dead End

Escrito por  |  24 / July / 2007

Thanks to over a decade of international campaigns, many U.S. consumers know that most of their clothes are made in  Continue Reading »

Clergyman to Stand Trial for “Dirty War” Crimes in Argentina

Escrito por  |  24 / July / 2007

A much awaited human rights abuse trial is underway in Argentina. The accused is a catholic priest charged with carrying  Continue Reading »

Energy Diplomacy Leads to a Crossroads for South American Integration

Escrito por  |  24 / July / 2007

The process of integration of South American nations has come to a crossroads these days. The large trade blocs find  Continue Reading »

USSF 2007, Brazilian Dams, CAFTA, Guantanamo Report, Mapuches

Escrito por  |  23 / July / 2007

This Week in the Americas Reflections on the 2007 U.S. Social ForumBy Laura Carlsen and Katie Kohlstedt Attending the U.S.  Continue Reading »

Chile and Venezuela: Myths and Realities of the Arms Race

Escrito por  |  23 / July / 2007

The recent trip by President Hugo Chávez to Russia has been seen as part of the arms race in which  Continue Reading »