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· October, 2006

Stories about Bolivia from October, 2006

Bolivia: National Book Reviews

Blogs de Bolivia describes [ES] how all this week the blog of Editorial Nuevo Milenio [ES] will focus on prize-winning books by Bolivian novelists.

The Week that Was – Bolivian Blogs

What to do with the precious reserves of natural gas has been on the minds of Bolivians ever since their discovery. Recently, the governments of Bolivia and Argentina arrived at...

Bolivia: Agrarian Reform

Wes Enzinna guest-blogs at Blog from Bolivia about Evo Morales’ land reform plan and the resistance it has met.

Bolivia: Border Military Bases and Internal Conflicts

The treaty between Bolivia and Venezuela to build military facilities on the borders with Paraguay, Chile, Perú, and Brasil is being discussed in political blogs from Perú and Chile. Chilean...

The Week that Was – Bolivian Blogs

Cartoon used by permission from artist Worries concerning a possible civil war in Bolivia have simmered for now. However, cartoon blogger (for a lack of a better term) Joaquin Cuevas...

Bolivia: Prosecuting Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada

Nick Buxton has been busy lately organizing the International Day of Action in Solidarity with Bolivia, which aimed to “call on the US to notify and extradite former President of...

Bolivia: Visas in Hindsight

El Alto blogger Mario Ronald Duran Chuquimia laments the need of Bolivians to migrate to Spain [ES]. Even though internet technologies bring families closer together across the distance, it is...

The Week that Was – Bolivian Blogs

An isolated mining town called Huanuni, located in the Department of Oruro, was the center of attention in Bolivia after violent clashes between groups of miners. In question were the...

Bolivia: Recommended Links and Movies

Eduardo Ávila recommends three Bolivia-centered links. Jim Shultz reviews the film Quien Mato a la Llamita Blanca? (Who Killed the Little White Llama?) by Rodrigo Bellott and links to its...

Bolivia: “Empty Grottos on Jungle Road to Santa Cruz”

Ben Djangle continues his telling and descriptive chronicles from a country in chaos: Bolivia.

The Week that Was – Bolivian Blogs

The Bolivian blog community continues to grow by leaps and bounds. In addition to its own website, Blogs de Bolivia, where new blogs are added to the blogroll on an...

Bolivia: A Day of International Solidarity

Guest-blogger Gretchen Gordon describes the roots and objectives of “A Day of International Solidarity with Bolivia” to be held on October 17. The day is organized and sponsored by the...

Bolivia: A bad day for Evo and for Bolivia

Miguel Centellas describes what was “a bad day for Evo.” Miguel Buitrago quotes a report from the International Crisis Group on the deteriorating political environment in Bolivia.

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