Article by Melissa del Pozo: "Inside the Mexican College Where 43 Students Vanished After a Violent Encounter With Police" and update by Dawn Paley: "43 Missing Students, State Crimes & Resistance in Mexico".
Carta Abierta a CGN y Hudbay Minerals, por motivo del quinto aniversario del asesinato de Adolfo Ich, el ataque armado de guardias de seguridad que trabajaban para Hudbay Minerals y la CGN que dejó con parálisis a Germán Chub y heridos a al menos siete hombres Maya Q’eqchi…
Telesur TV, article "Guatemalan Government, Canadian Mining Industry Responsible for Violent Conflicts" by Cyril Mychaljeko
Article "Why 'Corporate Social Responsibility' Is A Crock" By Larry Haiven, September 24, 2014. Beyond the vastly increasing profits corporations are making, while touting their CSR "philanthropy", this article does not address a further reason "why CSR is a crock": that powerful, wealthy countries - Canada, U.S., etc - keep in place a global double accountability standard, ensuring impunity and immunity from legal prosecution for our corporations and investment firms when they cause and benefit from environmental and health harms and human rights violations in other countries ... like those of Central America.
In an op-ed piece in the Washington Post, Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton admits to supporting the pro-coup sectors in Honduras, after the military overthrew the government of President Zelaya in June 2009; Clinton lies about why Zelaya was ousted.