Issue #172, January 2011

Electronic Journal & Daily Report

BOLIVIA'S NEW WATER WARS
Climate Change and Indigenous Struggle
by Bill Weinberg, NACLA Report on the Americas

BOLIVIA'S CLIMATE PARADOX
Latin American progressive governments still bet on "extractivismo"
by Carmelo Ruiz-Marrero, Latin America Energy & Environment Monitor

CANCUN PACT: NO VICTORY FOR CLIMATE JUSTICE
by Michelle Chen, ColorLines

WIKILEAKS BOLIVIA
Cable Lays Bare Washington's Stance Toward Evo Morales
by Benjamin Dangl, Toward Freedom

WIKILEAKS HONDURAS
State Department Busted on Support of Coup
by Robert Naiman, TruthOut

THE DARK SIDE OF WIKILEAKS?
Released Diplomatic Cables Place Dissidents at Risk
by Rohan Jayasekera, Index on Censorship

2010: TURNING POINTS FOR CHIHUAHUA DRUG WAR
Escalating Terror in Borderlands Bloodletting
from Frontera NorteSur

2010: EUROPE'S "SUMMER OF INTOLERANCE"
Western Leaders and the New "Barbarian Invasions"
by Giulio D'Eramo, World War 4 Report

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