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The Honduras Coup and other Latin America News

The United States’ Anti-Democratic Pattern in Honduras – The Progressive 6/29/09

Chavez threatens to invade as Honduran army stages coup – Global Research 6/30/09

Honduras for Dummies – Mother Jones 7/1/09

Honduran Leader’s Populism Is What Provoked Military Violence – Alternet 7/1/09

High Noon in Honduras – Alternet 7/4/09

Honduras Withdraws From Group of Nations – NYTimes 7/4/09

The US and the Honduran coup – Global Research 7/1/09

The Honduran coup: another US destabilization operation – Global Research 6/30/09 

Military Coup in Honduras – Global Research 6/28/09

Key leaders of Honduras military coup trained in U.S. – Institute for Southern Studies 6/28/09

At least two leaders of the coup launched in Honduras today were apparently trained at a controversial Department of Defense school based at Fort Benning, Georgia infamous for producing graduates linked to torture, death squads and other human rights abuses.

The Coup in Honduras  – Global Research 6/29/09

[analysis] Showdown in Honduras: The Rise and Uncertain Future of the Coup – VenezuelAnalysis 6/30/09

Clifton Ross : Coups and Constitutions: From Bolivia to Honduras – CounterPunch 6/29/09

Honduras coup is just the tip of the iceberg, who is next?  – Global Research 7/6/09

Puerto Cabezas Journal: An Independence Claim in Nicaragua – NYTimes 6/9/09

A budding separatist movement among some indigenous people is giving the Nicaraguan government headaches and rekindling some of the ire from the contra war.

Mexico: A Country in Crisis – Global Research 6/8/09

While the U.S. Dilly Dallies on Honduras, We Continue to Support a Right-Wing Thug in Colombia – Alternet 7/2/09

Time for ‘new world order’: Brazilian President – Global Research 6/24/09

Ecuador’s Correa: The Citizen’s Revolution – Global Research 5/17/09

In Ecuador, Resentment of an Oil Company Oozes – NYTimes 5/15/09

Chevron acquired Texaco, and with it the former oil fields that some say made them ill.

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