The Life and Death of a Mexican Environmental Prophet

Escrito por  |  23 / September / 2009

Don Felipe is dead. An internationally-known forest defender and organic farming promoter, 60-year-old Felipe Arreaga Sanchez was killed September 16,  Continue Reading »

Breaking the Silence: The Mexican Army and the 1997 Acteal Massacre

Escrito por  |  21 / September / 2009

This article re-launches the Open Files series on U.S.-Latin America relations produced by the CIP Americas Program in collaboration with  Continue Reading »

Coup in Honduras; FASINPAT; Renegotiate NAFTA; UNASUR Nations; Plan Puebla Panama; Swine Flu Cover-Up

Escrito por  |  14 / September / 2009

This Week in the Americas Efforts to End the Honduran Coup, Border Business Dear Friends, The coup in Honduras, for  Continue Reading »

South American Nations Question U.S.-Colombia Military Base Agreement

Escrito por  |  14 / September / 2009

The member countries of UNASUR met in Bariloche, Argentinaon Aug. 28. Photo: connuestraamerica.blogspot.com. On Aug. 28, 10 South American presidents  Continue Reading »

Plan Puebla-Panama Advances: New Name, Same Game

Escrito por  |  10 / September / 2009

At the “IX Tuxtla Summit,” held July 24 in Costa Rica, the declaration against the Honduran coup d’etat captured the  Continue Reading »

The Great Swine Flu Cover-Up

Escrito por  |  10 / September / 2009

Mexico has been considered the laboratory of globalization since it initiated the North American Free Trade Agreement in 1994. In  Continue Reading »

A Pressing Case for NAFTA Review and Renegotiation

Escrito por  |  9 / September / 2009

At President Obama’s first North American Summit in August, the leaders of the three nations avoided any mention of the  Continue Reading »