This issue of NewsNotes includes analysis of the upcoming climate change talks in Paris, a report on the growing violence in El Salvador, news about the State Department's Trafficking in Persons report and much more.
This issue of NewsNotes includes a statement from the Japanese bishops on the 70th anniversary of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki; a commitment to action from the members of Pax Christi International; and a timeline of the Capitol Hill debate over Fast Track; plus much more.
This issue of NewsNotes includes two articles on Brazil, a report on a little-known citizen uprising in Mexico, an update on efforts to fight the TransPacific Partnership and "Fast Track" legislation, plus more.
This issue of NewsNotes includes a report on the Biden Plan for Central America, news of a military "misencounter" in the Philippines, analysis of the effect that proposed trade agreements will have on access to medicines and financial reforms, among other items.
This issue of NewsNotes includes reports on the Palestinian Authority's efforts to move forward toward statehood, a Maryknoll lay missioner's work to end FGM in Tanzania, a South Sudanese intensive workshop on peace and reconciliation, a disturbing plan to "privatize" Honduran cities, and the latest on the World Bank's safeguards policies, plus much more.
This issue of NewsNotes includes updates from Bolivia, a report on the U.S.'s extension of its border into Central America, a look at the IFC's standards, and much more.
This issue of NewsNotes includes an update on a campaign in Guatemala to stop a dam, an article from a Liberian analyst about the factors that led to the spread of Ebola in that country, and an explanation about the reasons why there are very few (if any) Nicaraguan children seeking protection at the U.S.-Mexico border.
This issue of NewsNotes includes an update on Guatemala's efforts to fight impunity, Chile's rejection of a major dam project, a report from a Maryknoller in Sudan, and much more.
This issue of NewsNotes includes a few reflections on Africa, an update from the March 2014 election runoff in El Salvador, sobering news about China's efforts to combat pollution, and much more.
The March-April 2014 NewsNotes includes updates from Central America, a report on anti-terrorism efforts in Kenya, a note about possible alternatives to GDP, and more.
The January-February 2014 issue of NewsNotes includes an extensive report on election monitoring in Honduras, articles on the Philippines, Syria, South Sudan and many other topics.
The November-December 2013 NewsNotes includes a report on Brazil's debt, reflections on the World Food Prize and Pope Francis, and an update on Cambodia, among other topics.