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Monday, 18 January 2010

Three from Le Monde Diplomatique

Serge Halimi on Obama's war on Afghanistan. Gareth Porter on the US-Iran conflict. Rebecca Solnit on the Copenhagen climate summit.More
From The APC Blog by cda on 19 Jan 2010Permalink

Thursday, 12 November 2009

Zelaya restoration in Honduras threatened

Four pieces on the recently failed plan to restore ousted president Manuel Zelaya to power.
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From The APC Blog by gs on 13 Nov 2009Permalink

Sunday, 01 November 2009

State of the health care reform debate

The US Congress continues to rewrite and amend the proposed overhaul
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From The APC Blog by gs on 02 Nov 2009Permalink

Thursday, 29 October 2009

Three from Le Monde Diplomatique

Martine Bulard on ethnic conflict in western China, Andrew Oxford on incarceration in the US, Miyase Christensen on surveillance via Internet social networks.
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From The APC Blog by cda on 30 Oct 2009Permalink

Friday, 21 August 2009

Weekly Immigration Wire: Silence Strengthens Opposition

By Nezua, TMC Mediawire Blogger

President Obama is citing the Healthcare debate as a reason for postponing immigration reform until 2010. But in the interim, the White House is laying the groundwork for an enforcement agenda by expanding programs such as 287(g), Secure Communities and e-Verify, amidst a growing matrix of detention centers. Anti-immigration factions are taking advantage of the lull in legislative action to push their own agenda.

The Progressive takes the unequivocal stand that "President Obama is wrong to postpone immigration reform." Author Ed Morales makes it clear that while healthcare and economic issues are "understandably urgent," the choice to delay reform "de-prioritizes" people who have paid their taxes but have not been given a path to citizenship.

The problem is, immigration reform and healthcare reform are

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From The APC Blog by meb on 22 Aug 2009Permalink
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CENTRO Journal: Journal of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies

Publisher
Centro de Estudios Puertorrique§os
Publisher URL
Editors
Xavier Totti
Listed Since
2000
ISSN
1538-6279
OCLC
46887465
Readership
Researchers and general readers interested in the field of Puerto Rican Studies

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