South American Trade and Currency Volatility

Escrito por  |  8 / June / 2009

Latin America has of some of the world’s largest countries, in terms of land area, but the continent has no  Continue Reading »

Radio Ñomndaa, The Word of the Water

Escrito por  |  2 / June / 2009

Radio Ñomndaa, The Word of the Water in English, is an indigenous community radio station in the Mexican state of  Continue Reading »

Argentina’s Community Media Fights for Access and Legal Reform

Escrito por  |  31 / May / 2009

In response to misinformation and lack of access in the mass media, citizens have created alternative media networks that play  Continue Reading »

South American Nations Agree on Technical Rules for Bank of the South

Escrito por  |  29 / May / 2009

On May 31, 2009, seven South American Finance ministers agreed on the basis for establishing the Bank of the South  Continue Reading »

Enforcement-First Immigration Politics

Escrito por  |  29 / May / 2009

Since its creation in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks, the Department of Homeland Security has assiduously responded to  Continue Reading »

Cochabamba
From Water War to Water Management

Escrito por  |  27 / May / 2009

Through the water war of April, 2000, the poor of the city and countryside of Cochabamba succeeded in expelling the  Continue Reading »

New Military Base in Colombia Would Spread Pentagon Reach Throughout Latin America

Escrito por  |  27 / May / 2009

The Pentagon budget submitted to Congress on May 7 includes $46 million for development of a new U.S. military base  Continue Reading »