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International Affairs

NAM original coverage, youth media stories and ethnic media articles on international affairs and U.S. foreign policy. For more information on NAM's coverage on these issues, contact Andrew Lam at alam [at] newamericamedia [dot] org.

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Thanksgiving Dinner A La Pinoy

Inquirer.net, News Feature, Vangie Baga-Reyes, Nov 26, 2009

Chefs and food aficionados suggest ideas to put a Filipino twist on your Thanksgiving feast.

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Fifty-Seven Bodies Found in Philippine Political Massacre

INQUIRER.net, News Report, Christine Avendao and TJ Burgonio, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Nov 25, 2009

Phil. Senator Rodolfo Biazon is questioning the Arroyo government as to why no arrests have been made, three days after the slaughter of at least 57 people to date in Maguindanao province in southern Philippines.

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Death Toll from Philippine Political Massacre Rises to Forty-Six

INQUIRER.net, News Report, TJ Burgonio, Philippine Daily Inquirer [Mindanao], Nov 24, 2009

As the Philippine National Police continues its hunt for gunmen responsible for the murder of at least 46 people in one of the country's most brutal explosions of political violence, R.P. President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo declared a state of emergency in Maguindanao and neighboring provinces.

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Filipino Journalist Escapes Political Massacre

INQUIRER.net, First Person Account, Aquiles Zonio, Philippine Daily Inquirer [Mindanao], Nov 24, 2009

A Filipino journalist recalls the events of the morning with his colleagues who were part of the 37-man media group of a gubernatorial bet's convoy, before many of them were found killed in a political massacre in southern Philippines. This Inquirer reporter shares how he narrowly escaped death.

Mexico and the Crisis of a Dependent Economy

Americas Program, News Report, Laura Carlsen, Nov 24, 2009

Felipe Calderons government has announced an increase in the price of petroleum and electricity. A popular movement has responded by boycotting the payment of electricity bills, resulting in arrests and the cutting of power to the most vulnerable communities.

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Attacks on Iran Are Attacks on Obama

New America Media, News analysis, William O. Beeman, Nov 18, 2009

In the last few weeks there has been a flurry of unsubstantiated attacks against Iran. These attacks may seem to be aimed at Iran, but a pattern is emerging, and it suggests that the attacks are really directed at destroying the Obama administration.

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Chinese Media Perspectives on Obama's Visit

New America Media, News report, Vivian Po , Nov 17, 2009

President Barack Obama met with a select group of 500 Chinese students from different colleges in Shanghai. But unlike news reports from their mainstream counterpart, Chinese ethnic media in the United States reported primarily on Obamas views on Taiwan-China relations.

Jesuit Massacre Still Haunts Salvadorans After 20 Years

New America Media, Commentary, Mary Jo McConahay, Nov 16, 2009

Today marks the 20th anniversary of the murder of six Jesuit priests, their cook and her daughter - a turning point in El Salvadors civil war. Former NAM contributing editor Mary Jo McConahay was the first reporter on the scene.

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