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· September, 2006

Stories about Bolivia from September, 2006

The Week that Was – Bolivian Blogs

Este artículo también está disponible en español en el sitio Blogs de Bolivia Whispers of a possible civil war worried some Bolivian bloggers. A report completed by the government of...

Bolivia: Recommended Reading

Recommended reading/listening from the two Miguels. Miguel Centallas links to analysis of the Evo-Alvaro split while Miguel Buitrago says of a Democracy Now interview with Morales: “Personally, I think in...

Bolivia: Patrimony and Common Good

Nick Buxton reflects on the meaning of “patrimony” and “common good” in his introduction to Bolivian anti-globalization social movement leader Oscar Olivera.

Bolivia: At the UN

Eduardo Ávila gives some historical context to Bolivian President Evo Morales’ address to the General Assembly in New York. Meanwhile, Miguel Buitrago has a recent big media roundup and Jim...

The Week that Was – Bolivian Blogs

While President Evo Morales is away participating in various international settings, developments back in Bolivia continue down the road of uncertainty and unpredictability. After attending the Non-Aligned Movement summit in...

Translating Claroline into Quechua, Aymara, and Guaraní

Editor's Note: It has already been mentioned several times on Global Voices that the world's first Quechua, Guaraní, or Aymara native speaker to blog has yet to arrive. There are...

Bolivia: Two Cochabamba Ironies

Jim Schultz on the ironies of a reeking modern airport and coca-chewing DEA guards in Cochabamba.

Bolivia: More Bad News for Morales

Miguel Centallas sorts through the seemingly bottomless wealth of bad news for Bolivian President Evo Morales.

Bolivia: The Point of View

Patricia Vargas had abandoned her project El Punto de Vista (ES) which collects submitted photographs of the views from Bolivian's bedrooms, until she found out it was featured in one...

The Week that Was – Bolivian Blogs

Este artículo también está disponible en español en el sitio Blogs de Bolivia A large part of Bolivia remained at a standstill last Friday, when four of the country’s nine...

India, Latin America: Business Relations

Kamla Bhatt comments on newly created partnerships between Indian and Latin American corporations.

Bolivia: TV and Protests

Both Ben and Eduardo Ávila begin their descriptions of La Paz and the current state of Bolivia with meditations on the programming of local TV. Jim Shultz offers his opinions...

Bolivia: On the Brink?

Miguel Buitrago wonders where is the rule of law and Miguel Centallas asks if Bolivia is “on the brink” of collapse. Meanwhile, inspired by Harper's Magazine Jim Shultz serves up...

Latin America: Poll Numbers

It's Friday … time to leave the office at 3 and time for Boz's weekly poll numbers. Here's a good look ahead at upcoming elections in Brazil, Ecuador, Venezuela, and...

Cuba, Bolivia: The ballet tours; Evo visits

Luis M. Garcia reports that the Cuban National Ballet is receiving mixed reviews on its tour of Europe and notes that a visit to Cuba by Evo Morales has been...

Bolivia: Brink of Political Disaster?

Jim Shultz asks: Is Bolivia in the midst of a national meltdown or just emitting the loud noise of political change?

Bolivia: Update on Bolivia's Constituent Assembly

Jim Shultz and Miguel Buitrago each with their own perspectives on the troubles facing Bolivia's newly born Constituent Assembly.

BlogDay 2006 in Latin America

On August 31 bloggers around the world tried to make the planet a tad smaller, a wee bit more familiar, by introducing five new blogs to their readers. Here is...

Bolivia and Peru: BlogHer BlogDay

Celebrating Blog Day 2006, Liz Henry has a wonderful collection of links from Bolivia and Peru.

Bolivia: MIR & MBL Political Parties Out

Miguel Centallas gives more background information on the decision by the National Electoral Court to rescind legal status of several national & regional parties.

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