Tag: <span>Great Reads</span>

Great Reads Round-Up: April 6-12

As Colombian Oil Money Flowed to Clintons, State Department Took No Action to Prevent Labor Violations Matthew Cunningham-Cook, David Sirota and Andrew Perez. International Business Times. April 8, 2015. (2,695 […] Read More >

Great Reads Round-Up: March 16-22

Colombia: Is the End in Sight to the World’s Longest War? Ed Vulliamy. The Guardian. March 15, 2015. (4,001 words) Since 2012, the Colombian government and the leftwing guerrilla group […] Read More >

Great Reads Round-Up: March 2-8

Mexico Moves to Save Endangered Porpoise Elisabeth Malkin. The New York Times. Feb. 28, 2015. The Mexican Government will implement a new policy at the end of march to save […] Read More >

Great Reads Round-Up: Feb. 23-March 1

José Mujica: The “World’s Poorest President” Set to Safeguard His Legacy of Change Declan McGarvey. Latin America News Dispatch. March 1, 2015. As Uruguayan President José Mujica steps down today […] Read More >

Great Reads Round-Up: February 16-22

Killing in Washington State Offers ‘Ferguson’ Moment for Hispanics Julie Turkewitz and Richard A. Oppel Jr. The New York Times. February 16, 2015. On the afternoon of Feb. 10, Antonio […] Read More >

Great Reads Round-Up: Feb. 9-15

Homeward Brooke Jarvis. The California Sunday Magazine. February 12, 2015. When a Amazonian tribe found itself struggling against the oil interests encroaching on its land, the tribe’s leaders came up […] Read More >

Great Reads Round-Up: Feb. 2-8

Crisis in Mexico: Who is Really Responsible for the Missing Forty-Three? Francisco Goldman. The New Yorker. February 7, 2015. More than four months have passed since 43 teacher-trainee students disappeared […] Read More >