Issue #167, May 2010
Electronic Journal & Daily Report
HONDURAS AND THE POLITICAL USES OF THE DRUG WAR
by Nikolas Kozloff and Bill Weinberg, NACLA News
IGNORING THE GRASSROOTS IN LATIN AMERICA
Powerful Popular Movements Invisible to Mainstream—and "Progressive"—Media
by David L. Wilson, World War 4 Report
THE MEXICAN HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY GAP
Media Misreadings of the Border Violence
by Kent Paterson, Frontera NorteSur
SOMALIA: WHERE FUN IS FORBIDDEN
"In these lands we are not experiencing the primitive infancy of capitalism but its vicious senility. Underdevelopment isn't a stage of development, but its consequence. Latin America's underdevelopment arises from external development, and continues to feed it."
—Eduardo Galeano, Open Veins of Latin America, p. 308
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