The Mexican government has come under intense scrutiny following the massacre of Ayotzinapa amid allegations of local government involvement. Laura Carlsen, the Director of the Americas Program at the Center for International Policy, gives a vital frame of reference to this major tragedy.
The Bolivian government has reduced the production of Coca production without sacrificing its cultural importance to the country. So why is the US government against Bolivia’s new direction? Zoe Pearson, a PhD candidate in Human Geography at Ohio State University explains.
Brian Concannon, Dir for the Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti, discusses the serious political and health issues that still need to be addressed in Haiti in the aftermath of the passing former dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier.