Monday, May 18, 2009

Links but No Update for May 17, 2009

[We are unable to send out an Update this week because of travel. We'll be back next week. Below are links to stories from other sources.]

Paraguay: Soy: A Hunger for Land

Diplomacy Underground: Tunnel Proposed to Grant Bolivia Access to Sea

USAID's Silent Invasion in Bolivia

Bolivia: Plan 3000: Resistance and Social Change at the Heart of Racism

Peru: Canadian oil company signs deal to explore uncontacted tribe's land

Swinging from the Right: Correa and Social Movements in Ecuador

Colombia: In Radio Diversia “After the Burglary...Came the Threats”

Assassinations Continue in Colombia

Beyond the Media Hysteria on Hugo Chávez

Venezuela: Chávez takes hardline pasta policy

Campaign Against School of the Americas Lobbies El Salvador

What We Want: Voices from the Salvadoran Left - Carlos Alarcón

Landmark Developments in Guatemalan Human Rights

Video Accusing Guatemalan President of Murder Unleashes Political Crisis, Deepens Social Divisions

Mexico: Swine Flu Reveals Flaws in Global Public Health System

Obama and the Future of Cuban-U.S. Relations

Compañero Obama? Obama Mends Fences with Latin America

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