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Colombian Peace Process: Back to the Mesa

Colombian Peace Process: Back to the Mesa

A round up of the week’s LATAM journalism & commentary 8.25.2013 – 9.1.2013

From Se Mancha

FARC, Fishheads and Toads (Felipe Buitrago & Samuel George)
Bolivian Bonds: 007 Percent?! (Alex Rosen)
Blazing a Trail: Uruguay and A Shifting War on Drugs (James McBride)

The Week’s News…

Hugo Chávez: His legacy at stake (FT)
Rebels Delay Peace Talks in Colombia (NYT)
Mexico: Bodies Linked to Abduction (NYT)
Bolivia: Rival Gangs Battle Inside Prison (NYT)
Step by step, once-chaotic Colombia moves closer to peace (WaPo)
As Brazilian president falls in polls, quiet talk of a Lula comeback (WaPo)
Mexican oil workers fear plan to open Pemex to foreign investment (WaPo)
Kerry, on visit to Brazil, gets earful over NSA spying (LAT)
Latin America’s largest economies: Different kettles of fish (The Economist)

…and in Spanish

Arde Petróleos de Venezuela (El Pais)
Perú debate si permite la extracción de gas en una reserva indígena (El Pais)
La rebelión de las ruanas del sector agrario (Semana)
Llegó la hora de la verdad para el diálogo (El Tiempo)
Polémica en Montevideo por la entrega a Cristina Kirchner de las llaves de la ciudad (La Nacion)
Venezuela: Nueve altos funcionarios en la lista de narcos de EEUU (El Universal)

Nicolás Maduro llega a la Isla Presidencial!

 

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