Latin America

Michael Fox & Carlos Martinez: Venezuela's Bolivarian Revolution from the grassroots

Co-authors of Venezuela Speaks! Voices from the Grassroots, discuss grassroots indigenous, Afro-Venezuelan, and other social movements and their role, alongside President Huga Chavez, in advancing Venezuela's Bolivarian Revolution.

US Diplomacy & Honduran Resistance -- A Balance Sheet

Last weekend, the Honduran political crisis entered a new stage when US
diplomats brokered an agreement between the coup government led by
Roberto Micheletti and the ousted President Manuel Zelaya. Is the agreement a victory for Zelaya and popular forces in Honduras
and across Latin America or is it a triumph of a sophisticated strategy
of US imperial manipulation? Manuel Criollo comments.

Eva Golinger: The Coup in Honduras and the Political Backdrop

Journalist, lawyer and the author of "The Chavez Code" breaks down the coup against Honduran President Mel Zelaya by the Honduran military, the political context that led to it, and the international response.

Hector Perla & Alexis Stoumbelis: Inauguration of FMLN President Mauricio Funes in El Salvador (Salvadoran Elections Part III)

Hector Perla & Alexis Stoumbelis: Inauguration of FMLN President Mauricio Funes in El Salvador (Salvadoran Elections Part III)

Monica Wooters & Kristin Bricker: Felipe Calderon and Plan Merida in Mexico

Chiapas-based journalist Kristin Bricker and human rights activist Monica Wooters, answer the question, is US policy making Mexico into another Colombia?

Nikolas Kozloff: Venezuelan elections and the future of the Bolivarian Revolution

Author of "Revoltuion: South America and the Rise of the New Left.", Nikolas Kozloff, answers the question, does Venezuela under Hugo Chavez remain on a revolutionary course?

Esther Portillo: Salvadoran elections

Southern California-based Salvadoran activist, Eshter Portillo, talks about Path to Power: FMLN wins big in Legislative Elections