Bolivia

Columbus Day: Indigenous People of the Americas

June 23, 2013
After state fails to fulfill international court order returning ancestral lands illegally usurped by German cattle rancher, community decides enough is enough

Latin America

June 23, 2013
After state fails to fulfill international court order returning ancestral lands illegally usurped by German cattle rancher, community decides enough is enough

Drug Wars

June 4, 2013
John Ackerman: Last two Mexican presidents relied on US support for legitimacy not found in polls

Israel Conceded to Palestinian Prisoner’s Hunger Strike

March 21, 2013

On Sunday, Mach 17th, Israeli authorities conceded to the ongoing Palestinian prisoner’s hunger strike, releasing one of the four men who have gone more than a hundred days without food. Ayman Sharawneh, who is 53 was released to the Gaza Strip, under the condition he will not return to his West Bank home for ten…

Privatizing Europe

March 21, 2013
Nick Buxton: Paris and other cities have remunicipalised water that had been privatized saving users money and introducing more democracy and transparency

Bolivia

March 18, 2013
Legislation seeks to combat high levels of violence against women

Arizona

March 12, 2013
Protest organized by families broken by immigration deportations

Humanitarian Catastrophe in Syria

March 10, 2013

Omar Dahi: Western Powers and GCC countries fail to provide aid at levels needed, inspite of professed interest in the Syrian people

Undoing the New Deal

March 10, 2013
PT2 On the occasion of the 80th anniversary of Roosevelt’s election and the introduction of the New Deal, Jennifer Taub and John Weeks discuss the post-war period and how successive administrations dismantled it

Bolivians Grieve Death of Chavez

March 8, 2013

Government Officials say Bolivia-Venezuela ties will not change

Egyptian Debt Threatens Tahrir Square’s Promise of Freedom

March 3, 2013

As the U.S and the IMF apply pressure to the Egyptian government to cut public spending and pay a high interest rate on debts incurred during the previous regime, the Egyptian government targets international NGOs with repressive policies