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Znet Article, March, 29 2005
Fuentes's ZSpace page
As the dust settles from a wave of mobilisations that paralysed a nation, Bolivia finds itself with a president increasingly unable to govern. Once again, the indigenous peoples of Bolivia have shown that real power lies in the streets. On March...
Znet Article, March, 20 2005
Bello's ZSpace page
Speech delivered in Vancouver, Canada, at an event sponsored by StopWar.ca, March 18, 2005, held on the occasion of the March 19-20 Global Protest against the War in Iraq. Over the next few days, millions of people throughout the world, from V...
Znet Article, March, 14 2005
Franklin's ZSpace page
For a long time there was only one country in Latin America offering free health care to all its citizens. Now there are two. The governments of both countries regard health care as a basic human right. So Cuba, rich in health care, and Venezuela,...
Znet Article, February, 22 2005
Giordano's ZSpace page
LACANDON JUNGLE, CHIAPAS, MEXICO: Word has been sent from Washington: Mexicoâ€™s leading presidential candidate must be stopped, at all costs, from mounting his candidacy. A new kind of coup dâ€™etat has been hatched to strip Mexico ...
Znet Article, January, 10 2005
Harnecker's ZSpace page
For many people, especially those who have been keeping up with the transformations in Latin America, the name of the political scientist, Marta Harnecker is well known. Her analyses, for years, have been essential for understanding what is happen...
Znet Article, December, 29 2004
Sharma's ZSpace page
Introduction In a previous publication we discussed US attempts to topple president Hugo Chavez of Venezuela through various agencies within the country, aided and abetted by external (US) monetary and organizational support . In the past few ...
Znet Article, December, 23 2004
Solnit's ZSpace page
Hope at Midnight
Znet Article, December, 05 2004
Braun's ZSpace page
They sent a water-privatizing multinational packing, and chased an ultra-neoliberal president all the way to Miami. Now they have come head-to-head with the ultimate goliath of globalization. The people of Bolivia â€” stalwarts on the front ...
Znet Article, November, 26 2003
Morales's ZSpace page
This interview took place a month after Boliviaâ€™s Gas War, a massive social uprising against the proposal to export the nationâ€™s gas to the US through a Chilean port. Bolivia has the second largest natural gas reserves in Latin Ame...
Znet Article, November, 19 2003
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Escalera's ZSpace page
John Doe is a young and determined Texan who has established himself in the Panhandle region of his state. His dream to have land for agriculture has been fulfilled and he and his family (wife and two children) are owners of 500 acres of good ara...
Znet Article, September, 29 2002
Roy's ZSpace page
Howard Zinn: Well, thank you. [Applause]. This is a very nice crowd. [Laughter] Thank you Patrick Lannan for that introduction. I almost recognized myself. [Laughter] I'm here to introduce Arundhati Roy. I say this in hushed tones. Really, I never...
Znet Article, September, 21 2002
Parrish's ZSpace page
Recently I had the tremendous honor, and pleasure, of sitting down for a conversation with one of the true heroes of global efforts to create a more equitable and sustainable world. Indian physicist Vandana Shiva is one of the most renowned and re...