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Mexico 2012: Return of the PRI

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Staff, Oct 21, 2009

Last weekend's elections in Mexico were another sign of a possible 2012 comeback for the former ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI).

Tensions High in Honduras

New America Media/The News Hour with Jim Lehrer, Q&A, Marcelo Ballv with Ray Suarez, Oct 19, 2009

NAM Editor Marcelo Ballv is interviewed by Ray Suarez of the News Hour about the current situation in Honduras.

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Political Stalemate in Honduras Could Hamper Nov. Elections

New America Media/ The News Hour with Jim Lehrer, News Report, Marcelo Ballv, Oct 12, 2009

Honduras' political crisis deepened this week as negotiators prepared to resume talks Tuesday, and candidates revved up for upcoming elections without a political solution in sight.

It's Not about Zelaya or Micheletti -- Honduras Under Siege

New America Media, Video, Josue Rojas, Oct 12, 2009

Ernesto Bardales is a Honduran sociologist and gang expert recently in San Francisco to testify in deportation hearings.

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De-industrialization, Drugs and Recovery

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Kent Paterson, Oct 10, 2009

As part of the landmark U.S. War on Drugs Conference held in El Paso late last month, experts examined the complex political economy that underlies the production, distribution and use of illegal drugs.

Mexico's Great Tourism Crash of '09

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Staff, Oct 04, 2009

Ciudad Juarez is considering a drastic solution to bring back tourists: The mayor is planning on gating off part of the tourist district and virtually attaching it to neighboring El Paso, Texas.

Hypocrisy in Honduras

La Opinin, Editorial, Staff, Oct 01, 2009

The intransigence of de facto Honduran President Roberto Micheletti has led to a more severe crisis from which it will be increasingly difficult to emerge, according to an editorial in La Opinin.

Dissecting a Drug War

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Kent Paterson, Sep 25, 2009

As experts discussed the war on drugs this week in El Paso, drug-fueled violence flared up in neighboring Ciudad Juarez, only miles from the meeting site.

Women's Rights Groups Protest Mexico's New Attorney General

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Staff, Sep 14, 2009

The lawyer thought to be behind the cover-ups of the mass murders and the disappearances in Ciudad Juarez has been nominated to be Mexico's next Attorney General.

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Louder Than Words: Ann Kaneko Tackles Controversial Documentaries

Audrey Magazine, News report , Jennifer Chen, Aug 19, 2009

Award-winning filmmaker Ann Kaneko isnt afraid to tackle the controversial in her documentaries, making statements that resonate long after the screen goes black.

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