Biodiversity Report from Americas Program of CIP—October 2009

Escrito por  |  20 / October / 2009

Uruguay: Genetically Modified Invasion Nicaragua: Food Sovereignty Does Not Exist Without Native Seeds Holland and (Ir)responsible Soy Bolivia: Climate Justice  Continue Reading »

Power and the Army

Escrito por  |  20 / October / 2009

Mexico’s Supreme Court of Justice rejected a petition to review the constitutionality of the use of the army in public  Continue Reading »

The Case of the Cuban Five: American Justice as a Political Weapon

Escrito por  |  19 / October / 2009

The decision by a Miami court on Tuesday October 13 to reduce Antonio Guererro’s life sentence to 22 years imprisonment  Continue Reading »

ICE Detention Reforms Hide Abusive Practices

Escrito por  |  19 / October / 2009

The Obama administration is trying to wiggle its way out of the immigration crisis created by the Bush administration without  Continue Reading »

Poor Pecos, Poor Prisoners—Criminal Justice for Immigrants in Texas’ Reeves County

Escrito por  |  15 / October / 2009

Getting into the federal building in Pecos, Texas takes political sophistication—something I was apparently lacking when attempting to enter the  Continue Reading »

An Interview with Emir Sader

Escrito por  |  13 / October / 2009

Emir Sader, professor, sociologist, andexecutive secretary of the Latin AmericanCouncil of Social Sciences (CLACSO).Photo: Universidade Federal deMinas Gerais. With the  Continue Reading »

Brazil Emerges as a Military Power

Escrito por  |  12 / October / 2009

The recently signed agreements between Brazil and France are about much more than the purchase of armaments. They indicate the  Continue Reading »