|Dear NACLA friends,
In 2011, NACLA online bought you closer than ever before to Latin America through on-the-ground reports, daily blogs, and photo essays about Bolivia's TIPNIS march, the U.S.-Mexico border, and much more. If you missed some of them, check out the most read blogs and articles online this past year!
Best of 2011 Online:
Emily Achtenberg: Bolivia: Indigenous Groups to March Against TIPNIS Highway
Todd Miller: Photo Essay: Migration in Oaxaca
Clayton Conn: Cherán: Community Self Defense in Mexico's Drug War (Photo Essay)
Suzanna Reiss: Biofuel (the New Banana) Republic
Nazih Richani: Uncovering the U.S. War in Colombia
John Lindsay-Poland: Beyond the Drug War: The Pentagon's Other Operations in Latin America
Kirsten Weld: More Bad Blood in Guatemala
Richard Boren: Ciudad Juárez Is Not Only Violence
Fred Rosen: Social Insecurity
Joseph Nevins: A Culture of Cruelty?: A New Report on U.S. Border Patrol Abuse
NACLA's Digital Archive:
Now that we are on our 45th anniversary, don't forget to visit our archive and read the award-winning articles that have made the NACLA Report on the Americas the most reliable resource for progressive politics in the region. Subscribers and customers can now download PDFs of full issues!
Stay tuned for upcoming announcements about the Left Forum, Green Festival, the NACLA 45th Benefit Gala, and the 2012 Chavkin Award for Investigative Journalism!
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