Monday, July 12, 2010

Links but No Update for July 11, 2010

[There is no Update this week because co-editor David L. Wilson was at the World Fellowship Center July 9-11 in Conway, New Hampshire, for workshops on Haiti. We'll be back next week. Below are links to stories from other sources.]

"Latin America Faces an Environmental Emergency"

United Nations: Time to Value Women's Unpaid Work in Latin America

Argentina: ex-dictator goes on trial

Was Bolivian missile mishap really attempted coup d'etat?

Reflections From Bolivia: Water Wars, Climate Wars and Change From Below

Oil Spill Devastates Amazon Region in Peru

Ecuador’s Economy Under Rafael Correa: Twenty-First Century Socialism or the New-Extractivism? – An Inteview with Alberto Acosta

Ingrid Betancourt’s Request For Millions In Damages Sparks Controversy In Colombia

Communal Power in Caracas - An Interview with Wilder Marcano

Posada Carriles Associate Confesses Was Paid to Destabilise Venezuela

Posada Carriles cohort captured in Caracas, confesses to conspiracy (Venezuela)

Public Security Challenges for El Salvador’s First Leftist Government

Looking Ahead to 2012 Presidential Race in Mexico

Mexico: violence-marred elections do not upset balance of power

PRI Defeated in July 4 Election in Oaxaca

Mexico thwarts Hezbollah bid to set up South American network?

Cuban Dissident Guillermo FariƱas Ends Hunger Strike After 130 Days

Cuban Government To Release Up To 52 Political Prisoners, Catholic Church Official Says

We Bend, but We Don’t Break’: Fighting for a Just Reconstruction in Haiti

Explosive Political Situation in Puerto Rico

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