Stories about El Salvador from July, 2005
Latin America Responds to TeleSur's Launch
This past Sunday a small group of 25 journalists in Caracas, Venezuela began pilot-broadcasting a new Pan-American satellite news network called TeleSur which, by September, hopes to be reaching audiences all throughout the Americas with at least nine regional bureaus including Colombia, Argentina, Cuba, Brazil, Washington D.C, La Paz and...
El Salvador: US children in El Salvador
Tim's El Salvador Blog writes that there are 15,000 children with U.S. citizenship living in El Salvador and a total of 2.3 million Salvadorans living in the U.S.
El Salvador: Why I oppose CAFTA
Tim's El Salvador Blog gives a thorough explanation of why he opposes the Central American Free Trade Agreement.
Central America: CAFTA
Boz ponders CAFTA and free trade in general as the agreement enters a House vote this week.
El Salvador: End of two party system
Tim's El Salvador Blog discusses the possible end of a two party system in El Salvador as both ARENA and the FMLN lose support.
El Salvador: People making a difference
Tim links to people and programs making a difference in El Salvador.
Central America on C.A.F.T.A.
Several high profile op-ed's have recently been published concerning next week's House vote on the Central America Free Trade Agreement and the North American blogosphere has been quick to respond. What about Central Americans’ opinions you ask? Victor Rivera, on the bilingual blog, Enlace Noticias from El Salvador, quotes World...
Americas Daily Blog Roundup
Jeff Barry spreads the word about early 20th century Argentine artist, Xul Solar. Barrio Flores has an excellent post about Bolivian cinema. Blog de Bolivia seeks to explain Carlos Mesa's increasing popularity [es] as the December general elections approach. MABB covers former Bolivian president, Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada's thoughts on...