Monthly Archives: September 2015

Ecuador’s Media Still Under Attack

By Tara Schoenborn Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa continues to wage war on his nation’s media as he moves to shut down the nation’s only independent organization dedicated to freedom of the press, Fundamedios. Although the 2008 Ecuadorian Constitution acknowledges freedom … Continue reading

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Haiti’s Tourism Effort Continues, Despite Political Strife

By Cameran Clayton The government in Haiti is betting on increased tourism to bolster its economy despite the country’s on-going political instability and devastating social conditions. Tourism development is a central pillar of the country’s post-earthquake reconstruction strategy, with government … Continue reading

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Mexico Still Needs Carmen Aristegui

By Carlos Diaz Barriga Mexican radio host Ciro Gomez Leyva’s announced in his El Universal column on Sept. 3 that journalist Carmen Aristegui is coming back to radio this month. Good. Six months was a long time for Mexico to … Continue reading

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