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· March, 2008

Stories about Ecuador from March, 2008

26 March 2008

Ecuador: The Aftermath of the Border Crisis

On the outside, it appeared as if the governments of Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela reached an agreement over the border conflict that took place earlier this month. However, tensions continue...

11 March 2008

Ecuador: Natural Forces Threatening the Country

The recent diplomatic crisis in Ecuador did not stop other natural forces from producing a crisis of their own in the country. Heavy rainfalls and a threatening volcano have continued...

8 March 2008

Venezuela: Agreement Reached in Santo Domingo

After a very tense week between three South American countries, presidents from the entire region met in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. The original agenda was scrapped in order to address...

Brazil: Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela and the besieged Latin America

There was a lot of talk about the 'Border Crisis in Latin America' on the Brazilian blogosphere in the last few days. Brazilian people suffer from an endemic form of...

5 March 2008

Brasil: The FARCs statement in face of the death of Raul Reyes

Colombia: The Unsettling Conflict with Ecuador and Venezuela

Colombian bloggers are closely following the events unleashed by the Colombian army's incursion into Ecuadorian territory. Fear of war is palpable throughout the discussions on the legitimacy of the attack...

Americas: Overview of Crisis Between Three Countries

4 March 2008

Ecuador: Breaking Diplomatic Ties With Colombia

Ecuadorians are divided regarding the incidents along Ecuador's Northern border with Colombia, when the Colombian army attacked a group of FARC guerrillas, killing a top leader, Raul Reyes. As a...

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