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Helpful Weapons to understand our neighbors south of San Diego (tags)
nacla.org can help schools, offices, people of faith and organizers understand the countries and issues south of San Diego. The acronym means North American Congress on Latin America which is a very diverse set of people and places.
Democracy promotion: America’s new regime change formula (tags)
"By the 1980s, the reign of terror that blazed across Latin America was too much for most people to stomach. From death squads to torture chambers and various massacres, the Latin American generals who trained in the US to spread democracy around the world quickly gained reputations for major human rights abuses. To replace the overt support for dictatorships, a new concept for regime change was born; one that sounds and looks better – democracy promotion."
BTL:Return of Ousted Honduran President Throws Coup Government Into Disarray (tags)
BETWEEN THE LINES Syndicated Radio Newsmagazine
BTL:Latin American Left Continues to Win Electoral Victories (tags)
Interview with Laura Carlson, director of the International Relations Center's America's program, conducted by Scott Harris
BTL:Evo Morales' Election as Bolivia's President Stengthens... (tags)
...Progressive Political Movements Sweeping South America ~ Interview with Jeff Vogt, senior associate for rights and development, with the Washington Office on Latin America, conducted by Between the Lines' Scott Harris
BTL:Guatemala Rejects Former Dictator and War Criminal Who Sought Presidency (tags)
Interview with Sarah Aird, director of the Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala, conducted by Between the Lines' Melinda Tuhus
BTL:Bolivian Uprising is Another Blow to Corporate Globalization in... (tags)
...Latin America. Interview with Jim Schultz, executive director of the Democracy Center, conducted by Between the Lines' Scott Harris
Zapatistas Negotiating Indigenous Rights Accord w/ Mexico's Divided Legislature (tags)
Between The Lines' Melinda Tuhus spoke with Fred Rosen, director of the North American Congress on Latin America (NACLU), who discusses the ongoing negotiations in Mexico City and the significance of the Zapatista campaign to win legislation securing rights for Mexico's indigenous population.