Kraft Firings Feed Protests

Escrito por  |  6 / October / 2009

Mass firings at Kraft Foods’ plant in Argentina sparked protests throughout the nation, and ignited a new wave of worker  Continue Reading »

Constantino Lima: The Other Politics Born of Everyday Experience

Escrito por  |  30 / September / 2009

If Evo Morales had not awarded him the most important distinction given by the state, the life of Constantino Lima  Continue Reading »

Honduran Crisis; Privatized National Security; Acteal Archives; Biodiversity Report; Mexican Environmentalist Remembered; U.S.-Cuba Relations; Lugo’s Dilemmas

Escrito por  |  29 / September / 2009

This Week in the Americas Keep Our Program Going—Join Us for a Fundraising Party in Portland, Oregon! Dear Friends, The  Continue Reading »

Former Border Patrol Chief Silvestre Reyes Now a Major Player in New Military, Intelligence, and Homeland Security Complex

Escrito por  |  27 / September / 2009

Part I: Building the Paso del Norte Security System Part II: Contributions and Contracts Part III: Electronics and Earmarks on  Continue Reading »

Obama Takes Step-by-Step Approach to Ending Obsolete Cuba Policies

Escrito por  |  25 / September / 2009

The U.S. and Cuban governments announced on August 31 negotiations to resume direct postal service between the two nations. These  Continue Reading »

Biodiversity Report from Americas Program of CIP—September 2009

Escrito por  |  25 / September / 2009

Argentina: Carbon Credits for Genetically Modified Soy Chile: In Defense of Seeds Paraguay: “Responsible” Soy Will Not Give Up The  Continue Reading »

Lugo’s dilemmas

Escrito por  |  24 / September / 2009

One year after taking office, Fernando Lugo is facing several crises simultaneously. On the one hand, there is the matter  Continue Reading »