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Colombia: what does peace mean in Comuna 13?

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24 January. With the new year in Colombia came a new sentence from the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, holding the state responsible for...

1: Altamira, vítima de Belo Monte

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  Publicado originalmente em 07 de março de 2016. Na primeira de seis postagens, Sue Branford descreve uma cidade onde as promessas de um pródigo desenvolvimento...

Bolivia Information Forum

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The Bolivia Information Forum (BIF) was formed in mid-2006 by a group of people interested in the country and keen to make information about current political and social developments in Bolivia more easily available to a UK-based audience.

Is Mexico an emerging economic superpower?

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The BBC recently depicted Mexico as one of the next generation of economic superpowers. Mexican sociologist Luis Vazquez expresses a certain scepticism.

El Salvador: expelled by the FMLN, San Salvador’s mayor will run...

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This article was prepared for LAB by Anne Liedloff from several posts in Tim Muth’s excellent El Salvador Perspectives blog. You can read the...

Chile: A Cartoon History

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Re-issued for the 40th anniversary of the military coup in Chile, this Introduction to Chile by Chris Welch follows the style of Mexican cartoonist Rius.

Polarisation and Prospects for Social Harmony in Venezuela

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Hugo Chávez needs to address the deep divisions in Venezuelan society.

PARAGUAYAN PEOPLE’S ARMY

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A small guerrilla group in Paraguay has become a headache for the government. Nick Caistor, from LAB, looks at the return of 'foquismo'. Nick Caistor, from LAB, reports

Brazilian movement takes inspiration from Zapatistas

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The autonomous movement that spearheaded the Brazilian protests took direct inspiration from the horizontal model of Mexico’s Zapatista communities.

Hora Chilena: Chilean refugees in Cambridge in a Britain at ease...

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A documentary film about Chilean Refugees in Cambridge, England, prompts wider questions about a time when the words 'refugee' and 'asylum' prompted sympathy rather than fear.

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