Email Update: The Economist's Failed History of the Caribbean, U.S. Border Patrol Agents Moving North, and More!



This Week  Online:
Todd Miller: Bringing the Battlefield to the Border: The Wild World of Border Security and Boundary Building in Arizona
Kevin Edmonds: Typical: The Economist Fails Caribbean History
Joseph Nevins: Your Local Police Officer in Northern Washington State: A U.S. Border Patrol Agent
Keane Bhatt: Protesters in the United States Shape Media Coverage of Porfirio Lobo
Elena Stein: Video: The Migrant Trail Walk
Kevin Edmonds: Going for Broke: The Corporate Players Behind the Demise of the Caribbean Banana Trade (Part 2)

NACLA Radio Podcast #2:

This is NACLA's Spring 2012 Radio Podcast. Produced and co-hosted by Ambre Auzanneau, Michael Fox, and Alexandra Hall. You can also subscribe to receive free direct downloads from NACLA Radio via Itunes.

Print Edition: Central America: Legacies of War

In the 1980s, Central America sank deep into political turmoil amid civil wars, brutal military dictatorships, and U.S. intervention. Three decades later, NACLA examines the legacies of war in Central America: Honduras is reliving its history of military coups, repression, and impunity. In Guatemala, a former dictator is charged with genocide. Across the region, former guerrillas and generals are in power, the military is again taking a disturbingly prominent role in policing, and communities are defending their land from powerful interests.
Gala Media Coverage:   
Democracy Now Chomsky Interview
Democracy Now Sicilia Interview
El Diario/La Prensa Sicilia Profile
Spanish News Agency EFE Sicilia Interview
La Jornada Sicilia Interview
Mexican News Agency Sicilia Interview
Radio Bilingüe Sicilia Interview
Univision News Sicilia Interview

More gala coverage will be available in our upcoming Summer issue this month!

Stay tuned for upcoming interviews, event announcements, and previews.

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