Tag Archives: Sembrando Vida

Sembrando Vida: Counterinsurgency, Neoliberalism, and Clientelism

Ana de Ita states, in not addressing the campesino agrarian nuclei as collective owners of the land, but instead as individuals, choosing some and not others —the end of this term will not see a single difference, neither in the reduction of poverty, nor in reforestation and care for the forest.”

Mexico: A Cartography of War

From missing persons to megaprojects, Raúl Romero includes us in a bleak mapping of the ills plaguing Mexico. Our next task, is mapping the Resistances.