The Bolivian President, Evo Morales, explains why his country rejected the Copenhagen "accord".
Signs of strain in the alliance between Morales and the unions.
From Bolivia Nick Caistor asks if a new law will make it easier for indigenous communities to live alongside each other.
A law against racism and discrimination, being debated in Congress, provokes protests from journalists.
"Social control" is the way forward for reducing cocaine trafficking, says the Bolivian government. Writer Linda Farthing reports.
Ahead of the meeting on Climate Justice on 2 November in London, the Bolivian Information Forum has produced a briefing paper on Bolivia's position.
Bolivia, which possess 70% of the world's reserves of this strategic metal, is trying to develop its own national industry, while receiving technology from abroad. It's not an easy task, says Emily Achtenberg in an article for NACLA.
In a new book, Dancing with Dynamite, journalist Ben Dangl describes the growing discontent of social movements in the governments they brought to power. He explains his views in a short video. 
A cable from the US embassy in La Paz, largely based on misinformation provided by right-wing sources, seriously misrepresents key political events. A report by Benjamin Dangl.
Even with the partial nationalisation of oil and gas in 2006, Brazil still controls the industry, say experts.

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