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South America Foreign Affairs

Results 1 20 of 142 On the podcast today, Foreign Affairs continues its discussion on the power of populism. Since we recorded the last show, Americans have gone to the polls and Politics & Society November/December 2016 Comment · Latin America's Populist Hangover · What to Do When the People's Party Ends.

Automotive Logistics South America 28th November

Register your place at Automotive Logistics South America summit in São Paulo on Nov 28th, vehicle makers and parts suppliers are able to attend for free.

The Fragile State of Media Freedom in Latin America Freedom House

Jun 4, 2012 The current state of media freedom in Latin America was driven home in early May, when three journalists were murdered in Mexico within a week of World Press Freedom Day. This dramatic example underscores a larger trend identified by Freedom House in the recently released Freedom of the Press 

media systems in South America SlideShare

Nov 19, 2015 International Communiion project on Media systems in South America.

International Communiions in South America Foreign Affairs

THE republics of South America have looked outward to the sea rather than in the direction of their immediate neighbors. In the first place, they are essentially producers of raw materials whose principal markets are in the United States and Europe rather than in other South American countries. Thus, at least until recently, 

South America: Media has become a political battleground Media

Jan 3, 2010 Television networks, radio stations and newspapers have become political battlegrounds pitting media owners and journalists against governments in South America. Charismatic presidents in the Andean states, and in Argentina, have identified the media as a principal obstacle to their efforts to transform 

International Communiions in South America Foreign Affairs

THE republics of South America have looked outward to the sea rather than in the direction of their immediate neighbors. In the first place, they are essentially producers of raw materials whose principal markets are in the United States and Europe rather than in other South American countries. Thus, at least until recently, 

Digital divide in South America: Half of social media users in Latin

Dec 30, 2016 Some 57% of people in Latin America who use social media did not have enough to eat either "occasionally or often" during the last 12 months, a new study conducted for EL PAÍS in conjunction with the Institute for the Integration of Latin America and the Caribbean of the InterAmerican Development Bank 

South America Newspapers & News Media ABYZ News Links

Find links to South America newspapers and news media. Discover the most extensive South America newspaper and news media guide on the internet.

Zona Latina: The Latin American Media Site

THER RESOURCES, MEDIA & MARKETING ARTICLES. Country Information Latin American Music Latin American Children Resources Latin American Photo Gallery Book Recommendations Reciprocal Links. Info: [email protected] MOST RECENT ADDITIONS. Cable Viewing Without Home Cable 

media systems in South America SlideShare

Nov 19, 2015 International Communiion project on Media systems in South America.

Our work in South America The HALO Trust

HALO conducts humanitarian and mineclerance work in South America. Find out about our work to clear landmines in Colombia.

Media of Latin America Wikipedia

Media of Latin America includes a range of media groups across television, radio and the press. PanLatin American television networks include the USbased CNN en Español, Univision, and MundoVision, as well as Spain's Canal 24 Horas. In 2005 TeleSUR, headquartered in Caracas, Venezuela, was launched with the 

Media of Latin America Wikipedia

Media of Latin America includes a range of media groups across television, radio and the press. PanLatin American television networks include the USbased CNN en Español, Univision, and MundoVision, as well as Spain's Canal 24 Horas. In 2005 TeleSUR, headquartered in Caracas, Venezuela, was launched with the 

Workshop on Poorly Documented Takes of Small Cetaceans: South

A priority topic of the Scientific Committee is the issue of poorly documented takes of small cetaceans. The first workshop, of a series of three, was held in Thailand and focused on this issue in Asia. In March 2018 a second Workshop will be held in Brazil and will focus on this issue in South America, with particular reference 

Latin America Institute for War and Peace Reporting

Conference hears how writers who reject the statecontrolled press face harsh consequences. Audience at the Latin American Digital Media and Journalism Forum in Mexico City. (Photo · Covering Gender in Latin America · Carlos Rodríguez. 24 Jan 18. Event hears how regional outlets fail to properly cover vital issues.

South America ZIGT Media

South America. Please note that we are constantly working on expanding our database. If your country does not contain any information yet, please send us a request for media information and we will gather the relevant information for you. Contact us. Polarisavenue 175, 2132 JJ Hoofddorp The Netherlands +31 23 55 40 

South America LiveStyle

Website: electriczoofestival.br. Loion: Sao Paulo, Brazil Social Media: 43K Followers Other Loions: Mexico City. Attendance. 42%. 72%. Website: milkshakefestival. Loion: Sao Paulo, Brazil Social Media: 40K Followers. Attendance. 63%. 37%. Website: milkshakefestival. Loion: Sao Paulo, Brazil

South America Newspapers & News Media ABYZ News Links

Find links to South America newspapers and news media. Discover the most extensive South America newspaper and news media guide on the internet.

ESPN MediaZone Latin America For Media Professionals

1 Mar 2018 The latest press releases, images, biographies and media kits from ESPN Latin America.

New America Media

New America Media is a nationwide association of over 3000 ethnic media organizations representing the development of a more inclusive journalism. Founded in 1996 by Pacific News Service, New America Media promotes ethnic media by strengthening the editorial and economic viability of this increasingly influential 

ENEL STARTS OPERATION OF SOUTH AMERICA`S TWO

ENEL STARTS OPERATION OF SOUTH AMERICA`S TWO LARGEST SOLAR PARKS IN BRAZIL. Published on Monday, 18 September 2017. The two facilities, Ituverava (254 MW) loed in Bahia and Nova Olinda (292 MW) loed in Piauí state, will be able to produce a total of over 1,150 GWh per year once fully 

News from Latin America and Mercosur — MercoPress

Read News, Stories and Insight Analysis from Latin America and Mercosur. Politics, Economy, Business and Investments in South America.

Latin America News – the latest from Al Jazeera

Get today's live news on Latin America: current events, photos, infographics and Al Jazeera's exclusive stories from eyewitnesses.

Hundreds of raids across South America net fake goods Interpol

May 15, 2014 Hundreds of raids across South America net fake goods worth USD 27 million. Organized crime targeted in INTERPOLcoordinated operation. LYON, France – More than 600 raids carried out across South America in an INTERPOLcoordinated operation have led to the seizure of fake goods worth some 

Media Reports – South America Canadian Drug Shortage

South America — alphabetical by country. [Argentina] Karina Martinez Carter, Argentine shortages range from drugs to salmon on import cuts, Bloomberg, 19 April 2012. [Brazil] Havolene Valinhos, Paciente reclama de falta de medicamento, Agora, 9 January 2018. [Brazil] Anon., Pacientes com HIV denunciam falta de 

The Fragile State of Media Freedom in Latin America Freedom House

Jun 4, 2012 The current state of media freedom in Latin America was driven home in early May, when three journalists were murdered in Mexico within a week of World Press Freedom Day. This dramatic example underscores a larger trend identified by Freedom House in the recently released Freedom of the Press 

South America: A Panorama of Media Democratization NACLA

Oct 26, 2012 Media in Latin America have traditionally been consolidated into the hands of a few wealthy families and large media conglomerates. Over the last decade and a half, however, several governments in the region, including Venezuela, Ecuador, Argentina, Bolivia, and Uruguay, have moved to democratize