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The false myth of clean energy in Latin America

which promote initiatives that exacerbate dispossession at the global level. With these arguments, echoed by NGOs

The former School of the Americas in the U.S. has trained 4,211 Bolivian soldiers

The military figure who took the reins of this South American country did not emerge from nowhere. Commander Kaliman Romero, like thousands of other Latin American soldiers who have been trained in U.S. military doctrine, is an alumnus of the "Strategy and Defense Politics" course in the former School of the Americas.

Sempra Energy: The Real Winner in Mexico’s Energy Reform

In 1995, the structural reform of the Mexican natural gas sector opened the door for Sempra Energy to become one of the first private companies to invest in gas

Indigenous Nasa People of Colombia are on Maximum Alert after Two More Murders

Prior to this attack, a pamphlet menacing the indigenous communities and signed by an organized crime group had begun to circulate on social media

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La Encrucijada’s Dilemma: The Greenwashing of Oil Palm

Oil palm cultivation expands into protected areas in Chiapas with 17,300 acres that the government and companies intend to legalize