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· May, 2006

Stories about Bolivia from May, 2006

The Week That Was – Bolivian Blogs

Bolivians have long resigned themselves to the fact that their football national team will also be home watching the upcoming World Cup on television. For the third straight tourney, Bolivia...

Bolivia: “The Evo and Hugo Show”

Bolivia: “Reelection is not an Official Position”

Chile, Argentina, and Latin America's Two Lefts

After years in the shadows – and only referenced for its Cold War legacy – Latin America is back in the limelight. The world over, economic liberalization has been the...

The Week That Was – Bolivian Blogs

Este artículo también está disponible en español en el sitio Blogs de Bolivia. Much of Bolivia’s most fertile land lies in the eastern part or Orient of the country. Without...

Bolivia: Morales Wants the Possibility of Reelection

Bolivia: On the Brink of Land Reform

Global Voices Podcast: An interview with Eduardo Avila

Eduardo Avila is an Bolivian American who lives in Washington DC and covers Bolivia for Global Voices. Kamla Bhatt spoke with Eduardo at the recently concluded WeMedia conference in London...

The Week That Was – Bolivian Blogs

For the most part, blogs in Bolivia have been used by students, journalists, musicians, private citizens and by those who simply want a platform to write. Governmental institutions have been...

Bolivia, Brazil: Evo and Lula in Vienna

Bolivia: Media Reaction to Gas Nationalization

The Week That Was – Bolivian Blogs

Recent news of the nationalization of the hydrocarbons in Bolivia has pushed an ongoing crisis off of the front page. No satisfactory solution has been reached in the financial troubles...

Bolivian gas sets Brazilian political debate on fire

The Bolivian president Evo Morales has put president Lula in a difficult position. In a move to fulfill his campaign promise of nationalizing oil and gas in Bolivia, he published...

Bolivia: Will nationalizing gas mean more money for Bolivia?”

Mexico, Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Brazil, Bolivia, Peru: Poll Numbers

Bolivia: Public Pension Political Slush Fund?

The Week That Was – Bolivian Blogs

Special Hydrocarbons Nationalization Edition Nationalization. What does it actually mean? The word was bandied about during the 2005 elections. Seemingly every candidate ran on some sort of platform advocating for...

Bolivia: Nationalization of Natural Gas Resources

Peru: Chavez and Morales in the Peruvian Elections

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